BIOL 373 (Fall) - Course introduction; Introduction to data presentation
- Populations and samples; Pseudoreplication; Central tendency and variability
- Introduction to probability
- Normal distribution
- Introduction to hypothesis testing
- One-sample hypotheses
- Two-sample hypotheses: the
*t*-test - Non-parametric statistics: Mann-Whitney; Data transformation
- Paired-sample hypotheses
- Multi-sample hypotheses: single-factor ANOVA
- Multiple comparisons
- Power, sample size, and assumptions in ANOVA; non-parametric ANOVA: Kruskal-Wallis test
- Two-Factor ANOVA with equal replication
- Two-Factor ANOVA: theory and multiple comparisons.
- Two-Factor ANOVA without replication; Randomized block; Repeated measures
- Hierarchical ANOVA, MANOVA
- Linear Regression
- Linear Regression; Hypothesis testing
- Multiple regression, Polynomial Regression, ANCOVA
- Goodness of fit: Chi-square
- Contingency tables
- Advanced topics
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Last update: March 22, 2017 |