**Click on the text like “Week 1: Sep 02 – Sep 06” to expand or collapse the items we covered in that week.**

I will fill in more detail and provide links to lecture notes and labs as we go along. Items for future dates are tentative and subject to change.

**In class**, we will work on:- Overview of course and syllabus (syllabus linked to from main course website landing page)
- Introductory activity/lab: pdf

**After class**, please:- Fill out this poll about when my office hours should be held: http://whenisgood.net/4gx9jzb
- Sign up for our class at Piazza (anonymous question and answer forum): https://piazza.com/mtholyoke/fall2019/stat242
- Read Chapter 1 of The Statistical Sleuth 3rd Edition.

**In class**, we will work on:- Finish R lab on permutation tests
- Review quizzes on material from Chapter 1 (possible quizzes and their solutions are posted on the Quizzes/Exams page on the course website)

**After class**, please:- Read Sections 2.1, 2.2, and 2.5 of The Statistical Sleuth 3rd Edition
- Do optional Homework 0; I won’t be checking for completion but you should do this if you’re less comfortable with R.
- Start on Homework 1; due Fri, Sep 13

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:- Work on Homework 1; due Fri, Sep 13
- Read Sections 2.3, 5.2, and 6.2 of The Statistical Sleuth 3rd Edition

**In class**, we will work on:- Quiz on material from Chapter 1
- Lab about t-based inference

**After class**, please:- Work on Homework 1; due Fri, Sep 13
- Read Sections 2.3, 5.2, and 6.2 of The Statistical Sleuth 3rd Edition

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:- Work on Homework 2; due Fri, Sep 20
- Read Sections 2.3, 5.2, and 6.2 of The Statistical Sleuth 3rd Edition
- Review quizzes on material from Chapter 2 (possible quizzes and their solutions are posted on the Quizzes/Exams page on the course website)

**In class**, we will work on:- Quiz on material from Chapter 2
- Continue ANOVA:
- Based on the handout from Fri, Sep 13:
- Discuss formulating hypothesis tests in terms of the means \(\mu_1, \mu_2, \ldots, \mu_I\) for each group.
- Discuss using
`fit.contrasts`

to conduct the test or find a confidence interval

- Discuss another way of setting up the ANOVA model in terms of \(\beta\)’s: pdf

- Based on the handout from Fri, Sep 13:

**After class**, please:- Work on Homework 2; due Fri, Sep 20
- Read Sections 2.3, 5.2, and 6.2 of The Statistical Sleuth 3rd Edition

**In class**, we will work on:- Quiz on material from Chapter 1 or Chapter 2
- More on \(t\) tests for ANOVA. No new handouts.
- We developed a set of solutions to all the questions we asked related to stuff in Lab 2: https://github.com/mhc-stat242-f2019/Lab2-solutions.git

**After class**, please:- Work on Homework 2; due Fri, Sep 20
- Read Sections 2.3, 5.2, and 6.2 of The Statistical Sleuth 3rd Edition

**In class**, we will work on:- Concepts behind t-based inference and F tests for ANOVA: pdf
- R code for F tests for ANOVA: pdf (note: this is a first look at this that we will expand on next class)
- Lab 3: https://github.com/mhc-stat242-f2019/Lab3.git

**After class**, please:- Review all quizzes!
- Work on Homework 3; due Fri, Sep 27. Will be assigned by Saturday.
- Read Sections 5.3 and 5.4 of The Statistical Sleuth 3rd Edition

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:- Read Sections 6.3, 6.4.3, and the paragraph headed “Bonferroni” in 6.4.4.

**In class**, we will work on:- Quiz on any material up through Sections 5.2 and 6.2
- Multiple comparisons.
- Lab 4: https://github.com/mhc-stat242-f2019/Lab4.git

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Multiple Comparisons:
- Lab 5: https://github.com/mhc-stat242-f2019/Lab5.git (does not need to be submitted)
- Finish Lab 4

- Review quizzes on F tests and multiple comparisons.

- Multiple Comparisons:
**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Conditions for t and F based inference with the ANOVA model. pdf

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Transformations for ANOVA models.
- Concepts: pdf
- Examples with R code: pdf
- If time, Lab 6: https://github.com/mhc-stat242-f2019/Lab6.git

- Transformations for ANOVA models.
**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Time to work on Lab 6
- Review quizzes on conditions for ANOVA

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Midterm!

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Alternative approaches to inference; bootstrap
- Confidence intervals for the mean for simple linear regression:
- Lecture notes: pdf
- R code and examples: pdf
- Lab 7: https://github.com/mhc-stat242-f2019/Lab7.git

**After class**, please:- Have a great break!

**No Class**: Midsemester Break. Safe travels!

**In class**, we will work on:**No Quiz**- Residuals and Prediction Intervals for Simple Linear Regression: pdf

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Conditions and Transformations for Simple Linear Regression

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Wrap up transformations for simple linear regression

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Regression with both a quantitative and a categorical explanatory variable

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Regression with both a quantitative and a categorical explanatory variable

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Midterm 2?

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Midterm 2?

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:- Midterm 2?

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**No Class**: Thanksgiving Break. Safe travels!

**No Class**: Thanksgiving Break. Safe travels!

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**Evan is away at a conference.**- Time to work on your projects in groups.

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**Evan is away at a conference.**- Time to work on your projects in groups.

**After class**, please:

**In class**, we will work on:**After class**, please:

We will have a cumulative final exam.