We practiced writing problems and making an inference from our bootstrap difference confidence interval.
This is only one part of passing, but a great place to start.
We looked at: 3.10 Excellence 3.10 Merit 3.10 Passing

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Tuesday

V2U

Sigma Workbook pg 44 and 45.
An example of Zero being contained in the bootstrap interval.

Sigma Workbook pg 50 to 52
Pivot Tables are a great way to LOOK at data in Excel
in order to decide how to re-categorise the data set: http://youtu.be/2VPRUcVUoE8

Practise task
Choose any data set (3.10A or 3.10B or ?) and complete the PPDAC cycle.
Print the graphs you need today so you can work on it in class tomorrow.

12

Thursday

V2U

Write up the practise task

STUDY

V2U

Write up the practise task
Revision of the normal Distribution

## Lesson Log 16 lessons then the internal

Very familiar format of Mondays and Wednesdays in R3U.This time we are using the Sigma WORKBOOK - complete the entire section on inference.NumberDateRoomLessonSummaryTake part in the Census @ School 2013

This will help you understand sampling.

CensusAtSchool Samples

http://youtu.be/QPs-_bmmR0o (Formal Inference)

http://youtu.be/C7p6_PyPMW4 (Example Inference)

http://youtu.be/VpzQpsMwFuQ (Excellence Ideas)

We practiced writing problems and making an inference from our bootstrap difference confidence interval.

This is only one part of passing, but a great place to start.

We looked at:

3.10 Excellence

3.10 Merit

3.10 Passing

An example of Zero being contained in the bootstrap interval.

Recap on Yesterday.

Talk about tomorrow Computer Session - Compare sample stats.

Play with Bootstrap 3.10B

Describe you BoxPlots using TOGSSS

Compare your mean, median and mode, range, IQR and SD.

http://www.mathsisfun.com/data/skewness.html

http://maths.nayland.school.nz/Year_13_Maths/3.10_Inference/2_Samples.htm

http://www.statsdirect.com/help/basic_descriptive_statistics/skewness.htm

http://stattrek.com/statistics/charts/boxplot.aspx?Tutorial=AP

Also with Option Line 2 I pointed out New excellence videos.

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http://www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/~wild/WPRH/index.html

Pivot Tables are a great way to LOOK at data in Excel

in order to decide how to re-categorise the data set: http://youtu.be/2VPRUcVUoE8

New WikiPage: http://2013stats.wikispaces.com/3.10+HELP+I+might+FAIL

Choose any data set (3.10A or 3.10B or ?) and complete the PPDAC cycle.

Print the graphs you need today so you can work on it in class tomorrow.

Revision of the normal Distribution

http://course.statslc.com/ Learning Quiz: Confidence Intervals using Bootstrapping (Quiz 3.10.02)

Get your own Login.

http://statslc.com/ Code = pakuranga2013

With many thanks to Dr Nic.