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STATS 305A: Applied Statistics I

Statistics of real valued responses. Review of multivariate normal distribution theory. Univariate regression. Multiple regression. Constructing features from predictors. Geometry and algebra of least squares: subspaces, projections, normal equations, orthogonality, rank deficiency, Gauss-Markov. Gram-Schmidt, the QR decomposition and the SVD. Interpreting coefficients. Collinearity. Dependence and heteroscedasticity. Fits and the hat matrix. Model diagnostics. Model selection, Cp/AIC and crossvalidation, stepwise, lasso. Multiple comparisons. ANOVA, fixed and random effects. Use of bootstrap and permutations. Emphasis on problem sets involving substantive computations with data sets. Prerequisites: consent of instructor, 116, 200, applied statistics course, CS 106A, MATH 114.
Terms: Aut | Units: 3

STATS 305B: Applied Statistics II: Generalized Linear Models, Survival Analysis, and Exponential Families

This course uses exponential family structure to motivate generalized linear models and other useful applied techniques including survival analysis methods and Bayes and empirical Bayes analyses. The lectures are based on a forthcoming book whose notes will be distributed. Prerequisites: 305A or consent of the instructor.
Terms: Win | Units: 3

STATS 305C: Applied Statistics III

Methods for multivariate responses. Theory, computation and practice for multivariate statistical tools. Multivariate Gaussian and undirected graphical models, graphical displays. Hotelling's T-squared, principal components, canonical correlations, linear discriminant analysis, correspondence analysis, and recent variants of these. Hierarchical and k-means clustering. Bi-clustering. Factor analysis and independent component analysis. Topic modeling. Multidimensional scaling and variants (e.g., Isomap, spectral clustering, t-SNE). Matrix completion. Extensive work with data involving programming, ideally in R. Prerequisites: Stats 305A and Stats 305B or consent of the instructor.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
Instructors: Taylor, J. (PI)
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