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Statistical Computation Lab (SCL)

Department of Statistics

Western Michigan University

Copyright ©2003 by Joshua D. Naranjo at Western Michigan University.

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- Contents
- Data Presentation
- Samples and Populations
- Location and Spread
- Binomial and Normal Distributions
- Sampling Distribution of the Proportion
- Sampling Distribution of the Mean
- Confidence Intervals
- Estimating the Population Mean Using Intervals
- t-based Confidence Interval for the Mean
- Determining Sample Size for Estimating the Mean
- Comparing the Averages of Two Independent Samples
- Comparing Averages of Two Paired Samples
- Estimating the Population Proportion Using Intervals
- Sample Size for Estimating the Population Proportion
- Confidence Interval for the Difference Between Two Proportions
- Overview of Confidence Intervals
- Using the TI-83
- Exercises

- Testing Hypotheses
- Testing Equality of Frequencies
- Correlation
- Linear Regression
- Index
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