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STAT 3504 Analysis of Variance and Experimental Design Instructor: A.

Woodside, Office: 5218 HP,

W/12

Phone: 520-2600 ext 8999 Email: awoodsid@math.carleton.ca Webpage: http://math.carleton.ca/~awoodsid by Kutner, Nachtsheim, Neter, Li ed 5

Text: Computer Materials:

Applied Linear Statistical Models

Learning SAS (optional Course Pack: in the Book Store - probably under stat 2509) An Introduction to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis, by R. Lyman Ott

Additional References: Prerequisites: Assignments: Computer Labs: Grading:

STAT 3503 or equivalent There will be 5 assignments. The assignments will NOT all have the same weight. ALL assignments count toward the term mark. Start Feb 16 in 4385 HP Final Exam Assignments Mid Term Test 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 50% 25% 25%

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A mark of at least 40% is required on the final exam in order to receive a passing grade in the course. An overall Term Mark of at least 40% is required in order to pass the course. At least 3 of the assignments must be handed in or an automatic grade of F will be given. There will be a 2-hour Mid Term held on the evening of February 10 (sometime between 5:00 and 9:00 pm. Exact time and place TBA). Only non-programmable calculators are allowed for tests and exams.

********************************** Students with a disability who require academic accommodation please let me know. Students must also contact the Paul Menton Centre to complete the required forms at least two weeks prior to the first in-class test, and no later than March 7 for April exams. Course Contents: Note that chapters given are approximate only. More information on exact coverage will be given in class. You are responsible for all material covered in class whether it is in the textbook or not unless you are specifically told otherwise. You are also responsible for any announcements made in class.

Analysis of Variance & Experimental Design: Introduction, Overview, terminology (15.1, 15.2, +) Single Factor Analysis of Variance (16.1 - 16.8, 17.1 - 17.7,17.9, 18, 25.1) Two Factor Analysis of Variance (19.1 - 19.10, 20) Multifactor Studies (24) Experimental Design (15.2, 15.3, 21) Analysis of Covariance (22) Experimental Design & Analysis of Variance in Some Standard Experimental Designs (topics selected chap: 23, 25, 26, 27, 28)

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Completely randomized design and randomized 15. difference between fixed effects and random effects models. remedial measures. 16.7. 3 factor studies .7.2 19.3 .7. relation between regression and analysis of variance. Neter.1 . 15.6. remedial measures cont.: when factors do not interact.: multiple comparisons. Diagnostics: detection of assumption violations. development of estimators and analysis for single factor.6 . Nachtsheim. single comparisons. & Scheffe multiple comparisons.22. strategy for analysis. Analysis of Variance of 2 factor model: F-tests.: Analysis of covariance To be decided 21. fixed effects model cont.why needed. Tukey.3(p659). Kimball inequality.9 20. Make sure you keep up to date with any changes in order of presentation.2 . 18. .8 19.16.STAT 3504 Approximate Weekly Outline Text: Applied Linear Statistical Models.1 24.: Model I fixed factor levels .7 2 3 4 5 6 7 19. 16. 2 factor study . seriousness of violations. additive model Two Factor studies cont.19. Strategy for analysis of factor effects cont.cell means & factor effects models.9 22.19. 18.21. 19.5 8 9 10 11 12 Elements of experimental design.1 . Analysis of factor level means: plots.5. 17. when they do interact.2.24. 16.strategy for analysis & interpretation of interactions. experimental & observational factors.17. what they do. definition of types of interactions.5 RBD cont. Analysis of factor effects when factor is quantitative. Analysis of factor level means cont.9 16.1.: non-parametric tests.one observation per treatment.1 .1 .3 17. Two Factor studies: why desirable.:16. Single 15.1 .21.1 . ANOVA table.7 .4 factor ANOVA model (cell means). 17.3 WARNING: The above weekly schedule is subject to change.18.6 Expected mean squares for ANOVA table. Factor effects model and regression approach to ANOVA. definitions.17. Development of estimators and analysis for single factor. Bonferroni. Li Week 1 Material Text Sections Introduction: experimental & observational studies. 21.1. etc. when to use which method. by Kutner. fixed effects model. definition of contrast. block designs.