STAT 200

April 18:  If you have any question regarding the grading of your assignments and/or midterm please bring it to any  of the remaining  TA office hours. We will not accept grading questions beyond that.

Apr 12:  Assignment #6 will be returned during TA office hours next week. The TA office hours are posted on the exams page.

We have also been informed that no TA strike will take place during the exam period, so all the TA office hours will operate next week.


Final exam information has been posted. Please check out the info on both the exam page common to both sections and your instructor's page.

Mar 30: You may now complete the post-course attitude survey (which is worth 1% of your final grade).  The link is at the bottom of this page.  The deadline for completion is Friday Apr 13.


Feb 4: Our final exam has been scheduled for Fri Apr 20, 3:30pm. If you have an exam hardship or conflict that involve this course, please let your instructor know as soon as possible.



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.


Materials common to all sections:

Course Information

Labs

Assignments

Exams

Suggested Reading

Suggested Exercises

Office Hours and Workshops

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Individual instructors’ pages:

Eugenia Yu’s section (201: 9am)

Ruben Zamar’s section (202: 2pm)



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 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.

Click here to go to the post-course survey. Deadline for completion is Fri Apr 13, 2012.
 



Course schedule

 Jan 2012
 M    T    W    Th    F
                4     5     6         
  9   10   11   12   13               <--  Week 2: Lab 1
16   17  
18   19   20               <--  Week 3: Assignment 1 due; Lab 2
23   24   25   26   27                      <--  Week 4: Lab 3
30   31

Feb 2012
  M    T    W   Th    F   

                1     2     3               <--  Week 5: Assignment 2 due; Lab 4
  6     7     8     9   10               <--  Week 6: Lab 5
13   14    15    16   17               <--  Week 7: Assignment 3 due; Lab 6      
20   21   22   23   24               Reading Break
27   28   29                            <--  Week 8: Assignment 4 due; Lab 7

Mar 2012
  M    T    W   Th    F   

                       1     2               
  5     6     7     8     9                <--  Week 9: Mar 7 -- Midterm Exam
12   13    14    15   16                <--  Week 10: Lab 8 part 1
19   20   21   22   23                        <--  Week 11: Assignment 5 due
26   27   28   29   30                <--  Week 12: Lab 8 part 2

Apr 2012
 M    T    W    Th    F
  2    3     4      5     6               
<--  Week 13:  Assignment 6 due; Wed Apr 4 -- last day of class  


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