OS3112 Statistics and Design of Experiments

This course covers fundamentals of experimental design, analysis of categorical data, the general linear model, and regression. Students will learn how to set and analyze experiments using basic experimental design starting with two-sample methods and advancing to designs such as factorials, fractional factorials, and randomized block designs. Designs appropriate for human research (such as repeated measure designs) and /or large scale simulation experiments (such as Latin hypercube designs) are included. Parametric and nonparametric approaches are compared and contrasted. Datasets and motivational examples are drawn from recent research relevant to HSI and/or MOVES. 

Prerequisite

College Algebra and OS3111

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

2

Quarter Offered

  • As Required