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ST 351 Intro to Statistical Methods is an Engineering course at OSU taught by the following professor: Juliann Moore. 3 elite notetakers have produced one study material for this Engineering course.
Week 1 covers various parts of an experiment such as differing variables, the type of experiment and calculating data such as mean, range, 1st quartile and 3rd quartile values.
This week's notes cover side by side graphs, box-plots, quantitative & categorical relationships,and z-scores.
This week we focus on probability and the different rules on how to calculate the probability of a certain event taking place.
This set of notes gets us familiar with the confidence interval of sample means. It covers how to use a equation to find the interval and how to address what the confidence interval is formally.
This week covers a bootstrap sample and how to calculate a confidence interval of a bootstrap sample and how it relates to sample means data.
This week goes into further detail regarding hypotheses testing such as how to determine a null and alternative hypothesis and how to draw conclusions from the data to either support or reject each hypothesis.
Covers all material that we have reviewed since the 1st midterm.
This week covers randomization distributions and significance levels.
This week covered confidence intervals and hypothesis tests.
Covers all material of the ST 351 to prep you for the final exam.
Week 9 covers the t-distribution and the calculations along with this method.