STAT 802
Prereqs: STAT 318 or STAT 801A.
Essential statistical characteristics of a research study intended to assess the impact of treatment, environmental or population conditions on response. Focus is on both designed experiments and on studies for which controlled experiments are not feasible but characteristics of controlled experiment must be mimicked to the extent possible. Methods to assess power and compare efficiency of alternative designs are considered. Course covers major design structures, including blocking, nesting, multilevel models, split-plot and repeated measures, and statistical analysis associated with these structures.
This course is a prerequisite for: AGRO 816E, ASCI 944, STAT 831, STAT 870, STAT 875, STAT 877, STAT 902, STAT 971
Credit Hours: 4
Course Format: Lab 2, Lecture 3
Course Delivery: Classroom