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36-309 Experimental Design for Behavioral and Social Sciences

Prerequisites:36-201 or 36-207 or 36-217 or 36-220 or 36-247
Notes:Dear Students: Please note, There will only be a Tuesday Lecture for 36-309. Please this regard the Thursdays lectures . If you have any questions please send mail to this account at maa@stat.cmu.ed. or call 268-8463. Thank you,
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Statistical aspects of the design and analysis of planned experiments are studied in this course. A clear statement of the experimental factors will be emphasized. The design aspect will concentrate on choice of models, sample size and order of experimentation. The analysis phase will cover data collection and computation, especially analysis of variance and will stress the interpretation of results. In addition to a weekly lecture, students will attend a computer lab once a week. Not open to students who have received credit for 36-202.

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