## Resources

### Homework

- Homework 1
- Homework 2
- Homework 3
- Homework 4
- Homework 5
- Homework 6 and solutions
- Homework 7 and solutions
- homework 8 and solutions

### Notes

- Review notes
- Lecture notes for 10/26 and oo file
- exam solutions.
- Delta method notes for 11/1
- Chi-squared notes for 11/3
- Fishers exact test notes for 11/5
- More Chi-squared notes for 11/10
- Case-control notes for 11/15
- Exact odds ratio notes for 11/17
- Multiplicity notes for 11/17
- CMH notes for 11/29
- McNemar's notes for 12/2
- Non-parametrics notes for 12/5
- Poisson notes
- Review notes
- Conditional versus marginal odds ratios

### Code

- Verzani's notes on introductory statistics in R
- Maindonald's note on introductory statistics in R
- Faraway's notes on regression and ANOVA in R
- Paradis' R for beginners
- Burns' guide for the unwilling R user
- Baron's R reference card
- Short's R reference card
- Lijuan has posted some R code this file regarding Problem 4 in Homework 1
- Ingo's notes on R
- Karl's R web page
- R code for binomial likelihood lecture
- Some R code for HW1
- Some R code for HW2
- Some R code for HW3
- Yue sent this R code for help interpreting qq plots.
- Some code for plotting condtional likelihoodsfor 2x2 tables

### Books, papers and articles

- Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis by John A. Rice; Duxbury Press.
- Fundamentals of Biostatistics by Rosner; Duxbury Press
- Modern Applied Statistics with S by Venables and Ripley; Springer.
- Flawed Statistics in Murder Trial May Cost Expert His Medical License
- The Wainer article on displaying data badly (requires access to Jstor).

### Famous statisticians/mathematicians that we'll talk about

Abraham de Moivre | Jakob Bernoulli | Thomas Bayes |
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Karl Friedrich Gauss | Francis Galton | Ronald Fisher |

William Sealey Gosset | Karl Pearson | John Tukey |