This is a capstone course intended for students in their final year of study. The emphasis is on how to address real world scientific and social issues by applying the various statistical methods acquired in the earlier years in a unified and appropriate way. This involves method selection, data handling, statistical computing, consulting, report writing and oral presentation, team work, and ethics.
This course may not be repeated for credit.
- At least two of Statistics 423, 425, 429 and 505; or consent of the Department.
- Not open to students with Statistics 513 or 515.
This course will be offered next in Winter 2018