Statistics 313, Statistics for Experimenters, Spring 2001

Instructor
Professor Jiayang Sun. Office: Yost 326, Phone: 368-0630,
e-mail: jiayang at sun cwru edu
TA
Brian J. Schmotzer. Office: Yost 230, Phone: 368-0416,
e-mail: bjs12@po.cwru.edu
Schedules
Classes:1:15pm-2:30pm TTh (univ attendance policy applies)
Recitation:11:30am-12:20pm Th by TA @ Yost101 (optional)
Office Hours:
Sun's: 4:00pm-5:00pm on TTh at Yost 326
TA's: 1:00pm-3:00pm on MW at Yost 230
Other TA office hours
Exam Schedule:
Midterm Exam: Mar 1, Thursday, in class.
Final Exam: May 7, Monday, 12:15 - 3:15 p.m.
Make arrangements for these exam dates early!
Course Description
Stat 313 is designed for advanced undergraduates in engineering, physical sciences, life sciences, who will use statistics to solve real problems. It includes comprehensive introduction to modeling data, statistical methods of analyzing data and designing experiments. General objective is to train students in formulating statistical models, in choosing appropriate methods for inference from experimental and observational data and to test the validity of these models. An outline of topics is:
Topics   No of Lectures (+- 1)
Introduction and Data Summary 2
Probability 6
Statistical Inferences  5
Regression  4
Design  of Experiments 6
Other time permitting
The course webpage is at: http://sun.cwru.edu/~jiayang/313   
Prerequisite: MATH 122 or equivalent
Text Book
Douglas C. Montgomery and George C. Runger (1999). Applied Statistics and Probability for Engineers. Second Edition. Wiley.
Homework and Project:
HW are assigned regularly. They are due in class, before the class starts, on the due date. Late HW will not be accepted. A project is on analyzing real data of one's interests using the tools learned in classes. Students in teams or individually can start collecting data at the beginning of semester and then present the analyses in a written report and in a short oral presentation at the end of semester.
Grading Policy:
Homework, Midterm Exam, Project and Final Exam scores will be counted 20%, 20%, 20% and 40% towards the final grade.
Attendance Policy:
See Page 74 of CWRU General Bulletin, 2000-2002