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Post Questions here

Page history last edited by bob pruzek 9 years, 4 months ago

Here is where you should generally post your questions or queries about topics in the course. Everything from how to approach questions, what alternative methods or graphics seem most relevant in situations you describe, what sources might be recommended for more study of particular topics to how to use R, or edit code, to overcome hurdles? You should expect not just to post questions, but also to try your hand at answers. The procedure will work like this: place your question in the Comment box, and expect answers to follow in the ensuing comments.


Comments (3)

Young Do said

at 11:26 pm on Jan 29, 2011

Where should we post our comments regarding the development of the syllabus?

alex said

at 11:29 pm on Jan 29, 2011

I emailed Bob.

Tony Leonardi said

at 9:13 pm on Apr 6, 2011

Bob & Class:
I just posted a paper by Paul Rosenbaum in the "Articles" folder that I thought was a good discussion about Observational Studies Dima, Cathy and I all found independently and thought we would share it with the class. We found it to be very useful. Let us know if you all agree. (BehStatObs.pdf)


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