No homework should have more than 25 pages, everything (figures, output and tables etc) included.
for a problem that includes extensive data analyses
and R/Splus programming,
should be written as a mini paper,
introduction, analyses, explanations, figures, tables (or edited
output), conclusions and any necessary reference.
hand in your computer source code nor a data set, but put them
in a directory of your stat account and indicate
their locations in your reference section, as, for example,
~jiayang/xyz/hw1.S and ~jiayang/xyz/data1.
All figures and computer
output must be numbered.
Do not include those that you do not
cite in your report. Unexplained and unorganized computer output
will result in a negative credit.
The report must be understandable without knowledge of Splus or any
other software language.
Please permit your code in such a way that the
TA or I (but not others) could run it to check.