Topic 7 - Hypothesis Testing
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(1) PubHlth 540 2008
Lecture Notes Topic 7. Hypothesis Testing (pdf, 55 pp)
Reading in Text (Rosner, 6th Edition) Logic of Testing pp 226-230
Reading in Text (Rosner, 6th Edition) One Sample Tests pp 230-245, 267-270, 270-274
Reading in Text (Rosner, 6th Edition) Paired Data Tests pp 298-302
Reading in Text (Rosner, 6th Edition) Two Sample Tests pp 304-310, 310-317, 317-322
Reading in Text (Rosner, 6th Edition) Sample Size & Power pp 245-252, 253-259, 331-334
Week 11 Practice Problems optional, full credit already given (pdf) Solutions (pdf)
Self Evaluation Quiz forthcoming Solutions forthcoming
(2) Links to Additional Readings (articles, lectures, tutorials, powerpoint, etc)
(Source: Stanford University) Powerpoint introduction to confidence intervals and hypothesis testing at Stanford (html)
(Source: University of Michigan)Powerpoint introduction to confidence intervals and hypothesis testing at University of Michigan (html)
(3) Links to Illustrative Applets
(Source: R. Hale Penn State) Educational Psychology 9. One Sample z and t tests (html)
(Source: R. Hale Penn State) Educational Psychology 10. Two Sample tests (html)
(4) Links to Calculators
(Source: Texas A&M Cybernostics Projects) Lots of nice calculators (html)
(Source: Gary H. McClelland Univ. Colorado, Boulder) Normal Distribution Calculator(html)
(Source: Texas A&M) Student t Distribution calculator (html)
(Source: Texas A&M) Chi Square Distribution Calculator (html)
Source: Texas A&M) F Distribution Calculator (html)
(Source: Stat Trek Online Statistical Table) F Distribution Calculator (html)
(5) Computer Illustrations
forthcoming
(6) Miscellaneous
forthcoming