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Course notes and other information useful to you in Professor Larget's Statistical Computing course are available on-line. Click on highlighted words to access the relevant information.
|April 1||Tests of Pseudo-random Number Generators (am lab, pm classroom)|
|April 2||Generating pseudo-random numbers from other distributions (classroom)|
|April 7||Regression in S-PLUS and in the computer (am lab, pm classroom)|
|April 9||The bootstrap and cross-validation (classroom)|
|April 14||ANOVA in S-PLUS, catch-up (am lab, pm classroom)|
|April 16||Regression and ANOVA in JMP (lab)|
|April 21||Markov Chains and MCMC (classroom)|
|April 23||Markov Chains and MCMC (classroom)|
|April 28||Review for Final (classroom)|
I will post course lecture notes here shortly prior to covering the material in class. The material on how to use S-PLUS is well documented in the textbook and in the on-line help. I will use a variety of other sources to compile notes for the other topics in this course and put these notes here.
|Your S-PLUS environment||An Introduction to S-PLUS||A Bare Bones Introduction to UNIX||Data in S-PLUS|
|Algorithms for the Mean and Variance||Generating Uniform Pseudo-random Numbers||Generating Pseudo-random Numbers from Other Distributions||Regression and the QR decomposition|
|Regression in S-PLUS||An ANOVA Example in S-PLUS||The Bootstrap||Markov Chain Monte Carlo|
|Homework #1||Homework #2||Homework #3||Homework #4||Homework #5|
Bret Larget, firstname.lastname@example.org