STAT 200

Welcome to the STAT 200 course webpage!

There are two sections this term. Materials that are common to all sections will be posted on this main page. The instructors also have individual pages for their own sections. For materials specific to your own section, please refer to your section’s page.

Apr 18:
- Assignment 3 is available for pick up during office hours this coming week.
- Assignment 3 solutions and feedback are posted.

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Materials common to all sections:

Course Information




Suggested Exercises

Office Hours and Workshops

Important information that students should read:

Learning Outcomes

Assessment Regulations 


UBC Statistics Learning Attitude about Science Survey

A small part of the assessment for the course is awarded for the completion of an on-line survey. This should be completed both at the start and the end of the course. Participation is voluntary. The deadline for the second completion is Fri Apr 17, 2009.

The aim is to gauge students’ attitudes towards Statistics prior to the course and how these attitudes change, if at all, during the course. The survey consists of a sequence of statements relating to the discipline, and you are requested to indicate your support for each statement on a scale of 1 to 5. There are no correct or incorrect responses, and we trust you will answer honestly after giving each item due consideration.

The link to the on-line survey is below:

Individual instructors’ pages:

Eugenia’s sections (201: 9-10am)

Steve’s section (202: 2-3pm)

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Department of Statistics


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