Data Distributions , Data Relationships , Producing Data , Sampling Distributions , Application of statistics in other fields , Estimation and statistical tests of one and two sample means and proportions , Chi-square tests , goodness of fit tests, test for independence and homogeneity , Some nonparametric tests , Measures of Association: nominal and ordinal data , Regression , Communicating and documenting results of analyses , Using statistical packages to solve the problems..
Course Objectives & Outcomes
The objectives of this course are :
- Develop skills in applying basic statistical concepts commonly used in sciences.
- Equip the student with necessary knowledge and skills to enable him to use basic analytical techniques to generate results.
- Enable the student to interpret results of commonly used statistical analyses in written summaries.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify various aspects of applied statistical inference.
- List the types of parametric and nonparametric tests and the difference between them.
- Cite with the results of statistical analysis to write reports
- Describe the solution of different applications related to applied statistics concepts.
- Compare between different types of statistical inference.
- Solve several examples in life sciences by using statistical methods and different statistical packages.
- Explain the conclusions of the statistical analysis of the data.
- Write and read statistical reports.
1. Marques,J.P.(2007), Applied Statistics Using SPSS, STATISTICA, MATLAB and R,6thed., springer. ISBN 978-3-540-71971-7.
2. Daniel, W.&Cross.C.,(2013) Biostatistics-A Foundation for Analysis in the Health Sciences,4thED,John Wiley &Sons.ISBN: 978-1-118-30279-8 .
3. Leech,N.,Barrett,k.&Morgan,G.(2005)SPSS for Intermediate Statistics: Use and Interpretation, 2nd Ed., Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.ISBN 0-8058-4790-1 .
4. Lipschutz,S.&Schiller,J.( 1998),Schaum's Outline of Introduction to Probability and Statistics, 2nd Edition, McGraw Hill International Editions (Schaum’s Outline Series). ISBN: 0070380848.
Course ID: STAT 211
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