Geog 360 Exam 3

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Created May 15, 2012
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Homoscedastic
 
Two sets of data have the same variance
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Heteroscedastic
 
Two sets of data have different varieances
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F-test tests for...
 
Equality of variance
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Hypothesis of F test
 
H0= sigma^2sub1 = sigma^2sub2HA=sigma^2sub1 not equal to sigma^2sub2
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Can F stat be skewed?
 
Yes, unlike normal and t distributions
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Population of larger sample variance is #1
 
Because all numbers in the table are greater than one, they assume we know not to put smaller...
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If F is in the white area, between two tails of F distribution... and smaller than the critical...
 
We fail to reject null hypothesis.  Rejection zone is in the tail.  This means variances...
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Non parametric tests
 
Less strict in their requirements (don't need a normal distribution)
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Why would we ever use parametric tests then?
 
Parametric tests have greater power relative to samaple size (ability to reject H0 when HA...
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Advantages of Non parametric tests
 
Can be used in skewed, bimodal, nomial and ordinal populations, and smaller sample sizes.  Easier...
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Sign test for the median
 
In a non normal population, the median is a robust measure of centrality, mean is not.  You...
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n(with stem down) is "eta" or population median.  n0 is hypothesized median.
 
If eta0 is the true median, then half of the population values re larger than eta0
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B
 
# of observations with values greater than median.  pi=.5 (pi is number of "successes).
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In table A-1, for sign of the meidan test, always use pi=.5
 
OK
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Mann-Whitney Test
 
Tests hypothesis that two populations have the same median.  Requires ordinal data, test...
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Steps of mann whitney
 
Pool the sample data for populations x and y and rank them, 1 is the lowest.Convert sample...
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If there is a tie in ranks for mann whitney
 
Assign both observations the average of the ranks.  So if there are two tied for 15, give...
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Two Sample Number of Runs Test
 
Tests asks if distributions of 2 populations are the same or different.  Sample statistic...
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Procedure of Two sample number of runs test
 
Combine the 2 samples and rank them.  a run is a continuous string of ranks from the same...
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Convert normally distributed R to a z score
 
We reject the null only when R is smaller than mu-sub-r
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Goodness of Fit test
 
Tests whether a random variable follows specific probability distribution.  Checking...
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Chi-Square Test
 
Compare observed frequencies for each category to frequencies expected under hypothesized distribution
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Hypothesis
 
f(Y) is the theoretical probability distributionf(A) is the random variable's distributionH0:...
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Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test
 
Compares sample distribution to theoretical distribution like chi squared test, but this one,...
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Kolomogorov Smirnov Test
 
H0: The sample is from the population F(x)HA: THe sample is not from the population...
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Which table for Kolomogorov Smirnov?
 
Table A-9
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Contingency Tables Hypothesis
 
The variables are statistically independentTHe variables are statistically dependent
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Steps
 
Sum rows and columns, compare observed frequencies to frequencies that would be expected if...
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Expected frequency Eij for each cell
 
Eij= (RiCi)/n.  Use table A-8
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Goal of Regression analysis and defining X and Y
 
Examine influence of X on Y
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to fit the regression line
 
We find the sum of the squared errors
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Three ways to evaluate the goodness of fit on the line
 
1. Pearsons product-moment correlation coefficient, r2. Coefficient of determination, r^23....
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Standard error of the estimate
 
Measures accuracy associated with predicting Y.  Also called the RMSE.  and it is...
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Residual
 
Difference between actual and predictided value of Y.  esubi = Ysubi - Yhatsubi.  From...

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