Data Analysis (Math 206)
Spring 2017

## Daily Agendas

• Jan. 16
• Jan. 18
• Jan. 20
• Jan. 23
• Jan. 25
• Jan. 27
• Jan. 30
• Feb. 1
• Feb. 3 - Quiz #1 - you may use an 8.5"x11" sheet of notes, our course web page, and RStudio during the quiz.
• Feb. 6
• Feb. 8
• Feb. 10
• Feb. 12 - R Lab on multiple regression
• Feb. 15
• Feb. 17
• Feb. 20
• Feb. 22 - Presentations/Review (See Exam1 Topics Notebook)
• Added Variable Plots - Ben, Nonto, Scout
• All Subsets - Emma Hood, Michael, Nick
• Permutation Test - Tanya, Boning, Grant
• 3.31 - Joanna, Alexa
• 3.19 - Nick, Carl
• 3.13 - Patrick, Lan
• 2.15 - Alex, Tanya
• 2.14 - Nonto, Lan
• 2.7 - Nicky, Grant
• 2.5 - Carl, Lawrence
• 2.3 - Boning, Natalie
• 2.1 - Ben, Michael
• 1.21 - Alberto, Juliana, Darius
• 1.19 - Emma, Emma, Patrick
• 1.17 - Henry, Scout, Delany
• Feb. 24 - Exam 1 - you may use two 8.5"x11" sheet of notes, our course web page, and RStudio during the quiz.
• Feb. 27
• March 1
• March 3
• March 20 - Exam results; Complete Chapter 5, R Lab
• March 22
• March 24 - Finish Two-way ANOVA and discuss in class exercises
• March 27 - R lab on MiniProjects
• March 29
• March 31 - Ideas for small group projects
• April 3 - Presentations/Review
• 6.23 - Nicky and Alberto
• 6.27 - Joanna and Tim
• 7.5 - Carl and Lawrence
• 7.25 - Joanna and Lan
• Baseball - Rounding First Base - Henry and Darius
• 5.37 with Kruskal Wallis - Scout and Delaney
• 6.27 with Friedman - Lawrence and Ben
• 7.34 - Darius and Nicky
• 7.41 - Tim and Michael
• Potato Problem 1 - Juliana and Nonto
• Potato Problem 2 - Tim and Tanya
• Potato Problem 3 - Alexa, Grant, and Lawrence
• Potato Problem 4 - Lawrence and Carl
• Potato Problem 5 - Delaney and Lan
• April 5
• April 7 - Quiz #2 (on Unit B) - you may use an 8.5"x11" sheet of notes, our course web page, and RStudio during the quiz.
• April 10
• April 12 - Section 9.3
• April 14 - Section 9.4
• April 17 - Chapter 9 and Small Group Project Lab
• April 19 - Poster Presentations
• Joanna and Nick - Stock Market Returns in Different Sectors
• Boning, Natalie, and Tanya - Fertility Rates Around the World
• Alberto and Michael - Football
• Nicky - Closers in MLB
• April 21 - Poster Presentations
• Tim and Grant - Eastern versus Western Division in the NBA
• Ben, Emma, and Patrick - Operating System Preferences in Statistics Courses
• Nonto and Lan - H1B Visa Petitions Across the Country
• Juliana and Kenton - TSA Checkpoints
• April 24 - Poster Presentations
• Delaney and Scout - Kenyon Swimming
• Carl and Lawrence - NBA Basketball
• Alex, Darius, and Henry - NCAA Tournament Upsets
• April 26 - Chapter 10 Multiple Logistic Regression
• April 28 - Exam #2

## Homework Assignments

• Your solutions must be submitted electronically to your Google Drive folder. You may submit a Word file or a PDF file. For example, the name of the file for the first homework assignment should be HW1-yourname.doc or HW1-yourname.PDF
• HW #1 - due on Monday, January 23
• HW #2 - due on Monday, January 30
• HW #3 - due on Monday, February 6
• HW #4 - due on Wednesday, February 15 (before midnight)
• Notebooks for in class exercises and handouts - Wednesday, February22
• HW #5 - due before you depart for Spring Break on March 3
• HW #6 - due on Wednesday, March 22
• MiniProject (see P:\data\math\hartlaub\dataanalysis\MiniProject.Rmd) - due on Wednesday, March 29
• HW #7 - due on Wednesday, March 29
• Small Group Project Proposals - due on Monday, April 3
• HW #8 - due on Wednesday, April 5
• HW #9 - due on Friday, April 21
• Final Project Proposals - due on Monday, April 24 (Nathan Wolfe in LBIS has volunteered to help you find interesting data sources. His office hours are Monday from 1:00 until 3:00 and Thursday from 6:00 until 8:00 PM)

## Sample Exams

• See p:\data\math\hartlaub\dataanalysis