STAT 4051: Statistical Machine Learning I

4 Credits

This is the first semester of the Applied Statistics sequence for majors seeking a BA or BS in statistics. The course introduces a wide variety of applied statistical methods, methodology for identifying types of problems and selecting appropriate methods for data analysis, to correctly interpret results, and to provide hands-on experience with real-life data analysis. The course covers basic concepts of single factor analysis of variance (ANOVA) with fixed and random effects, factorial designs, analysis of covariance (ANCOVA), repeated measures analysis with mixed effect models, principal component analysis (PCA) and multidimensional scaling, robust estimation and regression methods, and rank tests. Numerous datasets will be analyzed and interpreted, using the open-source statistical software R and Rstudio. prerequisites: (STAT 3701 or STAT 3301) and (STAT 4101 or STAT 5101 or MATH 5651)

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