MATH 6627 2010-11 Practicum in Statistical Consulting/Students/Andy Li

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==Statistics in the Media==
==Statistics in the Media==

Revision as of 21:26, 23 January 2011

Contents

Welcome to my wiki page for the Statistical Consulting Practicum

About Me

My name is Andy Li. From 2008, I started undergraduate in Statistics in York. After two years study, I am now a master student in Applied Statistics. I have another bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering. I have worked as a B2B salesman for many years. I used SAS, R, matlab, minitab and Maple in the classes. I am very happy to join our 6627 team to know more about Statistics. Hope we can build up not only our knowledge but also our friendship in these following days.

Sample Exam Questions

Week 1

(In class) There are 11 students in the 6627 class, 5 of which are male. There is a statistics meeting in the campus. All the student want to attend as visitors, but the problem is there are only 6 seats left. So, professor needs to choose 6 students randomly and wants two of them to be male, to help setting up the tables. How many ways can he select students for his experiment?

Answer: 5C2*6C4=150

Week 2

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(In class)We have the cloud of our data, data ellipse and the centre point. We also know about 40% data falling into the inside ellipse and 86% data in the outside ellipse. What is the radius of the outside ellipse? What is Sx,Sy,Sy.x and 95% confidence interval?

Answer: Please see the lecture notes of 2nd lecture.

Week 3

Q: Explain the multiple regression Coefficients in three dimensions.

A: G1.png defines the Y-intercept of the plane, defines the slope of the plane along the x1 axis, and defines the slope of the plane along the x2 axis. The error term ε adds noise to the plane so that it is bumpy instead of being perfectly smooth.

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Statistics in the Media

Week 1

50 Statistics About The U.S. Economy That Are Almost Too Crazy To Believe

Can you see 2010 is crisis year? It's NOT the time to change! 18 Scary US Debt Facts

If there is no statistics, the people over the border may toast to celebrate the big success of this year this time.

Week 2

4-day conference begins at BHU Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Hindi: काशी हिन्दू विश्वविद्यालय, is a premier central university and a world class educational institution located in Varanasi, India. It is regarded as the largest residential university in Asia.

Week 3

Greater Toronto & Hamilton Area Transit Choices: Report finds much higher transportation emissions from road vs. rail

This is a current news with a very old common sense. This a report, provided by two of Canada's leading think tanks: Sustainable Prosperity and Pembina Institute. This is "Putting Transportation on Track" , with nothing new.

Questions and Comments on Groupwork and Class Lectures

Week 1

For the example about smoking and life expectation we discussed in class, I think there are two more factors we should take into consideration. One is the smoke starting age. I know kids smoke in some poor countries, because they don't know it is harmful. Another is the different type of cigarette has different effect. Although whatever the type of cigarette that you smoke, it will always be ‘injurious to health’. But the cigarettes in rich countries have relatively less addictive nicotine and tar, also are equipped with long filters and not allowed to add harmful favor additives. I know this because I was a heavy smoker before, and had smoked more than 100 brands of cigars, which come from different countries. But yes, I am still alive.

Week 2

Some classmates couldn't install the package of spida and p3d. Below is the procedure you should follow:

1. uninstall your current R.

2. go to R download to download a new R.

3. do a short installation of R.

4. run

> install.packages( c("car","rgl"))

> install.packages( c("spida","p3d"), repos = "http://R-Forge.R-project.org")

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