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STAT 2112 : Business and Economic Statistics II
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MKTG 3143 : Marketing Research
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Business and Economic Statistics II
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Business & Econ Statistics II
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Continuation of STAT 1111. Emphasis on techniques of regression, chi-square, nonparametric inference, index numbers, time series, decision analysis, and other topics relevant to economics and business.
As a result of completing this course, students will be able to: 1. Analyze data to test more than two means using analysis of variance technique. 2. Construct one-way and two-way tables to analyze categorical data. 3. Determine/interpret simple and multiple regression models. 4. Have basic understanding of methods used for quality improvement and process control. 5. Have basic understanding of methods used in analyzing time series data. 6. Have basic understanding of non-parametric methods. 5. Perform statistical procedures such as ANOVA, Chi-Square and Regression model using statistical software SAS/SPSS/Minitab/Statistix (A copy of the SAS program can be obtained at Gelman library)
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