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Open Positions Tenure Track Assistant Professor Lecturer in Statistics

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is a fellow of the American Statistical Association ASA 1997 and a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematical Statistics IMS 1995 He received the CBA Foundation Award for Oustanding Research Contributions in 1998 and the CBA Foundation Award for Research Excellence 1995 He also received the Excellence in Education Award in 2001 and the Joe D Beasley Award for Teaching Excellence 1996 The University of Texas at Austin McKinsey Award

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UK Arnaud Doucet Oxford University UK Gersende Fort Télécom ParisTech France Susan Holmes Stanford University Jun Liu Harvard University Xiao Li Meng Harvard University Eric Moulines Télécom ParisTech France Art Owen Stanford University Peter Qian University Wisconsin Madison Christian Robert Université Paris Dauphine France Gareth Roberts University of Warwick UK Dawn Woodard Cornell University Invited Speakers Talks To be determined Organizers Hani Doss Chair James Hobert Kshitij Khare Sponsorship National

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workbook and Chapter 8 Section 3 to Chapter 9 Section 2 6 questions each worth 1 point a piece Questions randomly selected Three attempts The highest attempt counts Suggested Homework Ch 9 Statistical Inference Significance Tests About Hypotheses 9 1 Steps for Performing a Significance Test 9 1 9 2 9 3 9 4 9 8 9 2 Significance tests About Proportions 9 9 9 11 9 12 9 15 9 17 9 19 9 20 9 21 9 23 Grades Recorded in E Learning Labs Lab 1 Lab 2 Lab 3 Lab 4 Lab 5 Lab 6 Lab 7 Quizzes EC Quiz Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3 Quiz 4 Quiz 5 Quiz 6 Quiz 7 Exams Exam 1 Tenth Week of Classes Monday OCtober 22 nd to Friday OCtober 26 th Office Hours for Megan Mocko MWF 10 to 11 30am Lecture Monday Wednesday and Friday Exam 2 material Please make sure that you have access to the t table Appendix B in the textbook Lab In lab this week you will complete Lab 7 Activity 12 from the lab workbook Link for lab Make sure that you have your lab worksheet You must have your lab worksheet for lab Make sure that you are on time and attend the section for which you are registered Quiz Quiz 7 Monday Oct 22 nd 8am until Thursday Oct 25 th 11 59 59pm Take it early in the week Covers material from page 65 to 72 in the lab workbook and Chapter 8 Section 3 6 questions each worth 1 point a piece Questions randomly selected Three attempts The highest attempt counts Suggested Homework 8 3 Constructing a Confidence Interval to Estimate a Population Mean 8 27 8 28 8 29 8 30 8 31 8 32 8 36 8 38 8 39 8 31b If you compute the interval with the summary statistics provided you get 43 38 56 61 rather than 42 795 57 205 This is due to the round off error in the standard deviation 8 4 Choosing the Sample Size for a Study 8 46 8 47 8 48 8 49 8 51 8 52 8 53 8 54 8 56 Error in Solutions Manual The sample size calculations should always be rounded up to the next integer End of Chapter Exercises 8 78 8 115 8 116 8 117 Grades Recorded in E Learning Labs Lab 1 Lab 2 Lab 3 Lab 4 Lab 5 Lab 6 Quizzes EC Quiz Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3 Quiz 4 Quiz 5 Quiz 6 Exams Exam 1 Ninth Week of Classes Monday OCtober 15 th to Friday OCtober 19 th Office Hours for Megan Mocko MWF 10 to 11 30am Lecture Monday Wednesday and Friday Exam 2 material Please make sure that you have access to the t table Appendix B in the textbook Lab In lab this week you will complete Lab 6 Activity 11 from the lab workbook Link for lab Make sure that you have your lab worksheet You must have your lab worksheet for lab Make sure that you are on time and attend the section for which you are registered Quiz Quiz 6 Monday Oct 15 th 8am until Thursday Oct 18 th 11 59 59pm Take it early in the week Covers material from page 52 to 64 in the lab workbook and Chapter 7 Section 2 3 and Chapter 8 Section 1 2 6 questions each worth 1 point a piece Questions randomly selected Three attempts The highest attempt counts Suggested Homework 7 2 How Sample Means Vary Around the Population Mean 7 14 7 16 7 17 7 18 7 20 7 21 End of Chapter Exercises 7 38 7 52 7 53 7 54 Ch 8 Statistical Inference Confidence Intervals 8 1 Point and Interval Estimates of Population Parameters 8 1 8 4 8 5 8 6 8 7 8 2 Constructing a Confidence Interval to Estimate a Population Proportion 8 11 8 12 8 13 8 14 8 15 8 17 8 18 8 21 8 22 8 23 8 21 The interpretation should read We are 90 confident NOT We are 95 confident Grades Recorded in E Learning Labs 1 2 3 4 5 Quizzes EC Quiz Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3 Quiz 4 Quiz 5 Exams 1 Exam 1 Information Answers to ExaM 1 Exam 1 Scores are posted Detailed Answer to Q14 on A and Q21 on B Detailed Answer to Q22 on A and Q16 on B Exam 1 1 includes the extra point for filling out the Information Correctly If you did not bubble in your UF ID number or test code correctly there will be a delay in your score getting posted Eighth Week of Classes Monday OCtober 8 th to Friday OCtober 12 th Also there was a missing item found at Carlton Auditorium from the exam If you are missing something please contact me with a description Office Hours for Megan Mocko MW 10 to 11 30am F 10 30 to noon Lecture Monday Wednesday and Friday Exam 2 material Lab In lab this week you will complete Lab 5 Activity 10 from the lab workbook Link for lab Make sure that you have your lab worksheet You must have your lab worksheet for lab Make sure that you have watched the end of the 10 03 lecture and all of the 10 05 lecture Make sure that you are on time and attend the section for which you are registered Quiz Quiz 5 Monday October 8 th 8am until Thursday Oct 11 th 11 59 59pm Take it early in the week Covers material from page 49 to 51 in the lab workbook and Chapter 7 Section 1 6 questions each worth 1 point a piece Questions randomly selected Three attempts The highest attempt counts Suggested Homework Ch 7 Probability Distributions 7 1 How Sample Proportions Vary Around the Population Proportion 7 4 7 5 7 10 7 11 7 12 Grades Recorded in E Learning Labs 1 2 3 4 Quizzes EC Quiz Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3 Quiz 4 Exams Seventh Week of Classes Monday October 1 st to Friday October 5 th Tutoring Room will be closed on Friday October 5 th the day after the exam Office Hours for Megan Mocko MWF 10 to 11 30am Exam 1 on Thursday October 4 th from 8 20 to 10pm Information Lecture Monday Review Material for Exam 1 Wednesday Finish Review for Exam 1 and start Chapter 7 Friday Material for Exam 2 Lab No Lab this week Quiz No Quiz this week Suggested Homework 5 3 Conditional Probability The Probability of A Given B 5 28 5 29 5 30 5 31 5 32 5 39 5 4 Applying the Probability Rules 5 55 5 57 5 58 Ch 6 Probability Distributions 6 1 Summarizing Possible Outcomes and Their Probabilities 6 3 6 4 6 5 6 6 6 12 6 2 Probabilities for Bell Shaped Distributions 6 14 6 15 6 16 6 17 6 19 6 23 6 24 6 26 6 27 6 29 6 3 Probabilities When Each Observation Has Two Possible Outcomes 6 35 6 39 6 41 6 43 Grades Recorded in E Learning Labs 1 2 3 4 Quizzes EC Quiz Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3 Quiz 4 Exams SIXTH Week of Classes Monday September 24 th to Friday September 29 Th Office Hours for Megan Mocko Monday 8 15 to 9 45am WF 10 to 11 30am Lecture Monday Wednesday and Friday finishing material for the first exam You will need to have the z tables Table A for class next week Later in the semester you will need the t table Table B Lab In lab this week you will complete Lab 4 Activity 7 from the lab workbook Make sure that you have your lab worksheet You must have your lab worksheet for lab If you do not have your lab workbook already pre order it from the bookstore or order it online now Pre ordering allows the bookstore to know how many lab workbooks they need to order You will need to order the lab workbook at this point because the bookstores are not automatically re ordering the lab workbook at this point in the semester You may also photocopy the worksheet from a friend You must attend the lab for which you are registered You do not need to complete anything prior to your lab time Just make sure that you have watched the previous week s lecture Make sure that you are on time and attend the section for which you are registered Quiz Quiz 4 Monday Sept 24 th 8am until Thursday Sept 27 th 11 59 59pm Take it early in the week Covers material from page 29 to page 36 in the lab workbook and Chapter 4 Section 1 to Chapter 5 Section 2 6 questions each worth 1 point a piece Questions randomly selected Three attempts The highest attempt counts Suggested Homework 4 2 Good Ways and Poor Ways to Sample 4 20 4 21 4 22 4 23 4 24 4 26 4 28 4 31 4 3 Good Ways and Poor Ways to Experiment 4 33 4 34 4 35 4 36 4 43 4 4 Other Ways to Perform Experimental and Nonexperimental Studies 4 48 4 53 End of Chapter Exercises 4 58 4 95 4 101 4 105 Ch 5 Probability in Our Daily Lives 5 1 How Probability Quantifies Randomness 5 1 5 2 5 4 5 7 5 2 Finding Probabilities 5 13 5 17 5 18 5 19 5 21 5 23 5 26 Grades Recorded in E Learning Labs 1 2 3 Quizzes EC Quiz Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Quiz 3 Exams Fifth Week of Classes Monday September 17 th to Friday September 21 st Lecture Monday Wednesday and Friday Lab In lab this week you will complete Lab 3 Activity 6 from the lab workbook Make sure that you have your lab worksheet You must have your lab worksheet for lab If you do not have your lab workbook already pre order it from the bookstore or order it online now Pre ordering allows the bookstore to know how many lab workbooks they need to order You will need to order the lab workbook at this point because the bookstores are not automatically re ordering the lab workbook at this point in the semester You may also photocopy the worksheet from a friend You do not need to complete anything prior to your lab time Just make sure that you have watched the previous week s lecture Make sure that you are on time and attend the section for which you are registered You will be using this link in lab http www stat ufl edu mripol Forearm Ht Foot csv Quiz Quiz 3 Monday Sept 17 th 8am until Thursday Sept 20 th 11 59 59pm Take it early in the week Covers material from page 21 to page 30 in the lab workbook and Chapter 3 Section 3 to Chapter 4 Section 2 6 questions each worth 1 point a piece Questions randomly selected Three attempts The highest attempt counts Suggested Homework 3 3 Predicting the Outcome of a Variable 3 25 3 26 3 27 3 29 3 30 3 31 3 37 3 25 The regression equation is not 3 25b Do not interpret the y intercept There is no data around x 0 3 31 res 501 506 575 5 75 The observed value was less than expected 3 4 Cautions in Analyzing Associations 3 44 3 45 3 47 3 53 3 54 3 55 3 58 End of Chapter Exercises 3 102 3 103 3 104 3 105 3 106 3 107 Ch 4 Gathering Data 4 1 Experimental and Observational Studies 4 2 4 3 4 4 4 7 4 8 4 9 4 11 Grades Recorded in E Learning Labs 1 Quizzes EC Quiz Quiz 1 Quiz 2 Exams Fourth Week of Classes Monday September 10 th to Friday September 14 th Typo in Problem 3 25 in the textbook The regression equation is not More Information about Describing Shape for Boxplots Go to the course in E Learning and select Short Videos on the left tab Then select Comparing Boxplots and Histograms under Chapter 2 Section 5 Office hours for Monday 9 10 changed M 8 45am to 9 45am and 11 15am to noon this week only Lecture Monday Wednesday and Friday Lecture Options 7 th period Norman G520 live 9 th period Norman 137 live online through streaming video posted in E Learning The online lecture are posted in the course management system at lss at ufl edu Sign in with your gatorlink id and password Click on the course link at the top of the screen or if it is not there check under active links The Online Lecture link is listed on the left of the screen You will need to sign in with your gatorlink id and password again You will then see a list of the lectures What to do if you are having trouble with the video Try using a land rather than wireless connection Try accessing the lectures at non peak times like the morning Try using Firefox rather than Safari if you have a Mac computer Try accessing the lectures at the CIRCA computer labs https labs at ufl edu Please contact the CIRCA help desk at 392 HELP or HUB 132 or helpdesk ufl edu Please check their website http helpdesk ufl edu for hours Lab In lab this week you will complete Lab 2 Activity 5 from the lab workbook You do not need to complete anything prior to your lab time Just make sure that you have watched the previous week s lecture Make sure that you are on time and attend the section for which you are registered Make sure that you have your lab workbook Links that you will use during the lab period Correlation by Eye Correlation and Regression Quiz Quiz 2 Monday Sept 10 th 8am until Thursday Sept 13 th 11 59 59pm Take it early in the week Covers material from page 11 to page 21 in the lab workbook and Chapter 2 Section 3 to Chapter 3 Section 2 6 questions each worth 1 point a piece Questions randomly selected Three attempts The highest attempt counts Suggested Homework 2 4 Measuring the Variability of Quantitative Data 2 47 2 48 2 49 2 50 2 51 2 52 2 53 2 56 2 5 Using Measures of Position to Describe Variability 2 63 2 64 2 65 2 67 2 69 2 70 2 73 2 74 2 75 2 76 2 83 End of Chapter Exercises 2 136 2 138 Ch 3 Association Contingency Correlation and Regression 3 1 The Association Between Two Categorical Variables 3 1 3 2 3 3 3 5 3 9 3 2 The Association between Two Quantitative Variables 3 11 3 13 3 14 3 15 3 16 3 21 Grades Recorded in E Learning Labs 1 Quizzes EC Quiz Quiz 1 Exams Third Week of Classes Monday September 3 rd to Friday September 7 th Lecture from August 30 th There are two times during the Friday Aug 30 th lecture where the sound goes out I will go over those parts in class on Friday Sept 5 th Lecture Wednesday and Friday Only Lecture Options 7 th period Norman G520 live 9 th period Norman 137 live online through streaming video posted in E Learning The online lecture are posted in the course management system at lss at ufl edu Sign in with your gatorlink id and password Click on the course link at the top of the screen or if it is not there check under active links The Online Lecture link is listed on the left of the screen You will need to sign in with your gatorlink id and password again You will then see a list of the lectures What to do if you are having trouble with the video Try using a land rather than wireless connection Try accessing the lectures at non peak times like the morning Try using Firefox rather than Safari if you have a Mac computer Try accessing the lectures at the CIRCA computer labs https labs at ufl edu Contact the CIRCA help desk at 392 HELP Please contact the CIRCA help desk at 392 HELP or HUB 132 or helpdesk ufl edu Please check their website http helpdesk ufl edu for hours Lab No Lab this week due to Labor Day Holiday Quiz Extra Credit Quiz on the syllabus Starts on Wednesday August 22 nd at 8am and runs until Monday September 3 rd midnight The extra credit quiz runs in Sakai the course management system It has six questions Each question is worth 0 5 points each 3 total possible points For each attempt the questions will appear in random order Quiz 1 Monday Sept 3 rd 8am until Thursday Sept 6 th 11 59 59pm Take it early in the week Covers material from page 1 to page 15 in the lab workbook and Chapter 1 Section 1 to Chapter 2 Section 4 6 questions each worth 1 point a piece Questions randomly selected Three attempts The highest attempt counts Suggested Homework 2 2 Graphical Summaries of Data 2 10a c 2 12 2 14 2 16 2 19 2 21 2 23 2 24 2 25 2 3 Measuring the Center of Quantitative Data 2 30 2 32 2 33 2 35 2 36 2 37 2 39 2 40 2 41 2 42 2 4 Measuring the Variability of Quantitative Data 2 47 2 48 2 49 2 50 2 51 2

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Address Please give us your U F degree information Year of Graduation Check the highest degree you received from U F Degree Received Master of Statistics Master of Science Ph D Briefly tell us of any career accomplishments achievements since you graduated Career Accomplishments May we publish all or part of your career news in an upcoming news letter Publish Yes No Do you have any personal family news you

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My Department Web Page Personal Web Page Research Interests Small area estimation case control studies Bayesian inference empirical Bayes analysis James Hobert Professor 221 Griffin Floyd Hall P O Box 118545 Gainesville FL 32611 8545 352 273 2990 E Mail jhobert My Department Web Page Personal Web Page Research Interests Convergence rates of Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithms Perfect sampling algorithms Connections between Markov chain theory and decision theory Ruth Hummel Lecturer 409 McCarty Hall C P O Box 110339 Gainesville FL 32611 8545 352 392 1946 Ext 233 E Mail rhummel at ufl edu My Department Web Page Research Interests Social network analysis Spatial data analysis Statistics for global development applications Statistics education and training Kshitij Khare Assistant Professor 208 Griffin Floyd Hall P O Box 118545 Gainesville FL 32611 8545 352 273 2985 E Mail kdkhare My Department Web Page Personal Web Page Research Interests Graphical models Convergence rates of MCMC algorithms Semi supervised learning Megan Mocko Senior Lecturer 117B Griffin Floyd Hall P O Box 118545 Gainesville FL 32611 8545 352 273 2975 E Mail mmeece My Department Web Page Personal Web Page Research Interests Statistical education Brett Presnell Associate Professor and Interim Chair 225 Griffin Floyd Hall P O Box 118545 Gainesville FL 32611 8545 352 273 2989 E Mail presnell My Department Web Page Personal Web Page Research Interests Nonparametric statistics Resampling methods Maria Ripol Senior Lecturer 117C Griffin Floyd Hall P O Box 118545 Gainesville FL 32611 8545 352 273 2976 E Mail mripol My Department Web Page Personal Web Page Research Interests Statistical education Andrew Rosalsky Professor 206 Griffin Floyd Hall P O Box 118545 Gainesville FL 32611 8545 352 273 2983 E Mail rosalsky My Department Web Page Personal Web Page Research Interests Probability theory strong weak limit theorems for sums of

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é Khuri Professor Emeritus Statistics Dates of Service 1976 2007 Phone 352 273 2982 E Mail ufakhuri 205 Griffin Floyd Hall Box 118545 Department Web Page Personal Web Page Ramon Littell Professor Emeritus IFAS Statistics CLAS Statistics Dates of Service 1970 2007 E Mail littell at ufl edu Department Web Page Personal Web Page P V Rao Professor Emeritus Statistics Dates of Service 1964 2003 My Department Web Page Personal

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