Biometry II University of Tsukuba
This lecture introduces the dark side of statistics. Starting with randomization techniques, students learn relationships among different domains of statistical ideas: parametric, nonparametric, null hypothesis significance testing, information-theoretic methods, and the Bayesian methods.
This course introduces several aspects of statistics, and aims to give students the basic discipline of statistical thinking.
Lectures will give a basic introduction of these subjects for further study
Language games and mandalas of statisticsThe lady tasting tea: Chi-square testYou say yes, I say no: correlation and regressionCom-Pair-e, and ye shall receive: Mantel testCeteris Paribus: Partial Mantel testEmpire of parametric statistics 1: The master equation and distributionsEmpire of parametric statistics 2: Central limit theoremA Nova: Analysis of varianceOnce I was blind, but now I can see 1: Maximum likelihoodOnce I was blind, but now I can see 2: Bayesian"
Online Course Requirement
Performance in or out of this class and at the final exam will be evaluated rather than attendance itself.
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Tokunaga(Toquenaga) Yukihiko
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Link to the syllabus provided by the university