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Below are some important links to learn about the statistics
discipline and statistics at the University of NebraskaLincoln!

My presentations on recruitment trips 
UNL Department of Statistics 


Introductory information about being a
statistician 
Jobs 


Salary information 
List of all Departments of Statistics 


Professional societies

Interesting articles and papers discussing statistics 


Undergraduate course websites 
Graduate course
websites 

UNL STAT 380
 Statistics and Applications  First semester
statistics course for nonmath majors; like an AP
Statistics course and STAT 218, but with calculus


UNL
STAT 870  Multiple Regression Analysis 
Investigate ways to model and predict data through
regressions models (for example, predict the shelf
life of a drug or food item for the FDA)

UNL
STAT 873  Applied Multivariate Statistics 
Investigate ways to predict classifications of
items (for example, classify an airline passenger
as a terrorist or not) and look for ways to
represent multivariate data in a smaller number of
dimensions in order to graph it

UNL
STAT 875  Categorical Data Analysis 
Investigate ways to model data which is
categorical (qualitative) in nature (for example,
model the relationship between gender, age,
passenger vs. crew, survived vs. died on the
Titanic)

UNL STAT
892  Applied Time Series Analysis  Investigate
how to model and predict data which is observed
over time (for example, forecast future UNL
student enrollment for spring and fall semesters
and forecast sales for a company)

UNL STAT
950  Bootstrap Methods and Their Application
 Estimate a statistic's distribution through
using computer intensive methods.

OSU
STAT 4091  Statistical Analysis System 
Introductory course on the SAS software system
which is the most used software package by
statisticians

OSU
STAT 5091  S Programming  A 1 credit hour
readings course on how to use R and SPlus
statistical software packages. Note that R
is a completely FREE software package that has
revolutionized what software people use for
statistics. Go to my software links at
www.chrisbilder.com/resources for the more
information about how to obtain it!

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