Advanced Statistics  Biology 6030

Bowling Green State University, Spring 2017

Syllabus
Week 1: Meet and Greet
 M: General Intro
 W: Install software tools
 F: Please prepare a short summary of experimental
design and questions of the project you will work on during the
semester. provide detail on experimental design, types of variables,
causal relationships. Feel free to do prepare a Presentation (I will
have a projector in the room)
Week 2: Introduction
 M: MLK  no class
 W: Python Intro
 F: continuation short summaries of experimental
design
Week 3: Review Descriptive Statistics
Week 4: Review Correlations  Two Dependent Variables
We will learn some basic tools for obtaining terms for statistical
analysis. In preparation for next week remind yourself of the basic
principles of parametric analysis, sich as those that underlie ANOVA, linear regression, etc.
Week 5: Review ANOVA  One Dependent Variable, One Independent Variable
Week 6: Parametric Models  One Dependent Variable, One Independent Variable
Week 7: Parametric Models  One Dependent Variable, Multiple Independent Variables
Week 8: Multiple Dependent Terms
Week 9:
Week 9:
Week 10:
Week 11:
Week 12:
Week 13:
Week 14:
 M: 4/10/17 Student Data: Chandra
 W: Lecture:
 Lab:
Week 15:
 M: 4/17/17 Student Data: Nate
 W: Lecture:
 Lab:
 optional:
Week 16:
 M: 4/24/17 Student Data:
 W: Lecture:
 Lab:
ready to use ...
Summaries ...
 Overview
 Descriptives [1,2,n]
 Parametric [1,2,n * 1,2,n]
 NonParametric [1,2,n * 1,2,n]
Labs
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