Education and Training: Analysis of Variance
|Time and Location||
Introductory Analysis of Variance for Scientists and
Stefan Leigh and Denis Leber
Statistical Engineering Division, NIST
Teusday/Wednesday August 19/20 2003, 9:30 am-4:30pm
Wednesday/Thursday August 27/28 2003, 9:30 am-4:30pm
Administration Building, Lecture Rooms D/D/E/E
This four-day introductory course is designed to cover the
working fundamentals of Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) for NIST
scientists and engineers. Basic concepts, graphical approaches,
analyses for one-way, two-way, and higher-way designs are
introduced carefully. Fixed and random effects crossed,
nested, and mixed models are discussed, along with components
of variance. NIST-relevant applications - interLaboratory
studies, ISO/GUM interface, material/data heterogeneity, key
comparisons - are used as illustrations.
The material is developed principally through emphasis on worked examples. The only prerequisites are arithmetic, algebra, and basic statistics (means, standard deviations). The course will include some self-contained tutorials on background material: normal, t, and F distributions, estimation, hypothesis testing, and relevant software (including EXCEL).
|Comments on Course||
REGISTRATION FEE IS $150.
A set of notes will be provided for the class, and a textbook (Neter, Kuttner, Nachtsheim, and Wasserman Applied Linear Statistical Models) will be utilized.
The class size is limited to 30 students.
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Date created: 8/11/2003
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