PSYC 3031 - Intermediate Statistics Laboratory

Introduction

This is the main page for PSYC 3031 - Intermediate Statistics Laboratory. Key files will be linked here.

Course Textbook: Learning Statistics with R (Navarro, 2014).
Contacts: Matthew Sigal (Instructor), Phil Chalmers (TA)

Tentative Course Schedule

January 6th: Introduction to the Course and R

January 13th: Intermediate R

  • Textbook Readings: 
    • Introduction to R (Chapters 3, 4)
  • Lecture 2: Intermediate R [UPDATED: January 14th, 2015]

January 20th: Descriptive Statistics

January 27th: Visualizing Data and Statistical Theory, Pt. 1

February 3rd: Statistical Theory, Pt. 2

February 10th: Categorical Data Analysis

February 17th: Reading Week 

  • NO CLASS (READING WEEK)

February 24th: Mid-Term Examination

March 3rd-March 31st: No classes due to labour disruption

April 7th: Classes resumed - Comparing Means, Pt. 1

    April 14th: Comparing Means, Pt. 2

    April 21st: NO CLASS (WINTER EXAM PERIOD)

    April 28th: NO CLASS (WINTER EXAM PERIOD)

    May 5th: Linear Regression

    May 12th: Multiple Regression

    • ASSIGNMENT 3 SOLUTIONS
    • Linear Regression (Chapter 15)
      • Lecture Notes
      • Not required but here is a link to a really good and short article about testing the assumptions of multiple regression (Osborne & Waters, 2002)

    May 12th: Drop-date for the course (use THIS LINK)

    May 13th (2 PM): FINAL EXAM

    • Final exam will take place in our regular room, ACW 203 from 2-5 pm.

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