Stat 971: Statistical Modeling
The objective of the course is to extend your repertoire of approaches towards modeling beyond the standard linear model based approaches. Towards this objective we will examine the various assumptions made in a standard analysis, examine our options when our assumptions are different, and examine our options when these assumptions are relaxed. Along the way we will not only look at the application of different analytical methods but, we will also look at the theory behind these methods.
|Office:||354B Hardin Center|
|Text Book:||Generalized, Linear, and Mixed Models, McCulloch and Searle|
Models, McCullagh and Nelder
Is a classic book which provides some additional depth.
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|Homework:||Approximately every other
|Exams:||Two exams, will be announced at least one week in advance|
|Final Exam:|| Friday, Dec 15 10:00-Noon|
|Check Grades:||Blackboard Course Info|