Listed in: Environmental Studies, as ENST-240 | Mathematics and Statistics, as STAT-111E
Formerly listed as: ENST-24 | ENST-240 | MATH-130 | MATH-17 | STAT-111
Nicholas J. Horton (Section 01)
(Offered as STAT 111E and ENST 240.) This course is an introduction to applied statistical methods useful for the analysis of data from all fields. Brief coverage of data summary and graphical techniques will be followed by elementary probability, sampling distributions, the central limit theorem and statistical inference. Inference procedures include confidence intervals and hypothesis testing for both means and proportions, the chi-square test, simple linear regression, and a brief introduction to analysis of variance (ANOVA). This course covers the same statistical concepts as Math 130, but has an environmental focus through examples. ENST majors are strongly encouraged to take this version of the course, but it is open to all students. Four class hours per week (two will be held in the computer lab). Labs are not interchangeable between sections due to course content.
Limited to 24 students. Spring semester. Professor Horton.
If Overenrolled: Priority for preregistered Environmental Studies majors, then sophomores.