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MATH 348 - Statistical Principles for Research Study Design

Semester Offered: Fall or Spring
1 unit(s)
Research studies are used in many fields, from economics and political science to physics, biology, and medical research. All of them share a need for statistically valid methods for study design and the analysis of results. This course covers the statistical principles and challenges behind randomized and non-randomized studies in these and other fields, highlighting the role statisticians play in the research process. Mathematical theory, examples, and simulations in R are considered in evaluating study designs. Ming-Wen An.

Prerequisite(s): AP credit in statistics, MATH 141  or MATH 240 MATH 220 MATH 221 , and  MATH 241 .

Two 75-minute periods.

Course Format: CLS



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