- Introductions
- Math Background
- Data Collection Card
- Introduction to Minitab
- Minitab Exploration - Graphical Displays and Numerical Statistics with Minitab
- Chapter 4 in SRIS

- Standard Deviation Contest
- Pick four numbers (repeats allowed) from the set {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9} with the smallest standard deviation.
- Pick four numbers (repeats allowed) from the set {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9} with the largest standard deviation.

- Exercise 4.31 on p. 151
- Introduction to Design - Gummi Bear Experiements
- Exponential Models - Paper folding and M&M's
- Transforming data - log transformation
- Simple Linear Regression Models - Least squares line

- Introduction to hypothesis testing - More M&M's - Goodness of fit statistic and simulation
- A more classical introduction to hypothesis testing - see handout

- Student Presentations
- Current Summer Research Projects at Kenyon
- Grant Carney - Fitting and Assessing Statistical Models for Well Water Samples and Health-Related Quality of Life Variables in Coal Mining Regions of West Virginia
- John Murphree - Coding Theory

- Calvin Lutz - Using Statistical Models in Swimming
- Adrienne Amador - Using Statistics and Probability in Admissions

- Finish Exponential Models - Rhino's and Chapter 13 in SRIS
- Cents and the Central Limit Theorem - Open P:\data\math\stats\USpennies.mtw
- Random Rectangles - Open P:\data\math\stats\randrect.mtw
- Comparing two means - Chapter 5
- Chapter 5 #3 on p. 176, Minnesota Vikings - Open P:\data\math\hartlaub\SportsStats\Exercise5-3.mtw
- Assessing Normality
- Introduce Statkey
- Comparing two medians

- Exloring Paired Data - Chapter 6 - See page 191 - Open P:\data\math\stats\SwimSuit.mtw
- Analysis of Swim Camp Data - Adrienne Amador - Open P:\data\math\stats\Sprinters25s.MPJ
- Discussion of Data sets collected on all Elite Campers
- 13 Sprint Stats.xls
- 13 Camp Breaststroke Stats.xls
- All-Time Sprint.xlsx
- All-Time Breast.xls

- LAB TIME for Exercises
and Projects
- Chapter 5 Exercises - 4, 22, and 23
- Chapter 11 Exercises - 27 and 28

- Problem Session
- Comparing two samples
(Chapter 5)
- Panos - Cameron Crazies - #4, p. 176
- Kyle - Tom Brady's Passer Ratings in 2001 - #22, p. 184
- Ryan - Three point attempts by NBA teams in 1989 and 2009 - #23, p. 184-185

- Linear regression models
(Chapter 11)
- Ashleigh - Passing attempts and touchdowns in the NFL - #27 on p. 450
- Spencer - Passing attempts and interceptions in the NFL - #28 on p. 450

- Comparing two samples
(Chapter 5)
- Use Statkey to make a formal inference with the data from your gummy bear experiment.
- Fitting quadratic regression models - Chapter 13
- Example - Randy Johnson's pitching ability over time - #11 on p. 533
- Class Exercises - 12, 5, 6, 7, 8

- ANOVA models
- Return to Swim Camp Data - Open P:\data\math\stats\Sprinters25s.MPJ

- LAB TIME for Projects

- Comparing different sampling locations
- Joint Session with Science Swim Camp
- Set up your hypotheses
- Prepare graphical and numerical summaries
- Conduct an appropriate test
- Summarize your conclusions
- Share your results/analysis with everyone

- Panel Discussion
- Lab time for presentations

- Individual presentations (15 - 20 minutes)