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College of Arts & Sciences
Department of Statistics

STAT 705

705—Data Analysis II. (3) (Prereq: STAT 704 and 712) Continuation of STAT 704. Analysis of variance (fixed and random effects), analysis of covariance, experimental design, model building, other applied topics, and use of computer statistical packages.

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Usually Offered: Spring Semesters

Purpose: To provide a detailed exploration of analysis-of-variance-type modeling, including design and analysis aspects, and to survey basic categorical data analyses.

Current Textbook:

Applied Linear Statistical Models, (5th edition), Kutner, Nachtsheim, Neter, and Li. McGraw-Hill/Irwin, 2005.


Topics Covered
One-Way Analysis of Variance
KNNL Chs 16-18, 25.1
4 weeks
Two-Way Analysis of Variance
KNNL Chs 19-20, 23.1-23.4, 25.1-25.4
4 weeks
Block Designs
KNNL Chs 21, 28.1-28.6
2 weeks
Analysis of Covariance
KNNL Ch 22
1 week
Specialized Designs: Nested Designs & Repeated Measures/Longitudinal Data
KNNL Chs 26-27
1 week
Categorical Data & Contingency Table Analysis
1.5 weeks
Other topics: Sampling, Missing-Data Methods, Sample Size Determination
1 week

The above textbook and course outline should correspond to the most recent offering of the course by the Statistics Department. Please check the current course homepage or with the instructor for the course regulations, expectations, and operating procedures.  

Contact Faculty: David Hitchcock, Tim Hanson