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WELCOME
BSN STUDENTS
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WELCOME
BSN STUDENTS

"BIO STATISTICS"
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BIO STATISTICS
ED NEIL O. MARATAS
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, JRMSU,
MAIN CAMPUS, DAPITAN CITY

Educational Qualification:

 BS STATISTICS MSU –TCTO, TAWI-TAWI (2003)


MASTER OF ARTS IN MATHEMATICS JRMSU, MAIN
CAMPUS (2008)
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Final Rating Computation

FINAL RATING = 1/3(MAVEG) + 2/3(FINAL


GRADE)
MAVEG = 1/3(PRELIM-GRADE) + 2/3(MID-
GRADE)
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Requirements
ATTENDANCE- - 10%
QUIZZ/ES AND ASSIGNMENT – 30%
PROBLEM SET – 20%
MAJOR EXAM – 40%
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Teaching strategies

TRADITIONAL APPROACH
MODERN APPROACH (POWER POINT
PRESENTATION)
REPORTING
Course Outline 7

Chapter I

INTRODUCTION
What is Statistics? Statistician?
Why Study Statistics?
Abuses of Statistics
Types of studies (surveys & cross-sectional, retrospective,
prospective, experimental and quality control, clinical trials,
epidemiological, pharmachoeconomic and quality of life)
Types of Variables
Types of statistics
Course Outline 8

Chapter II

COLLECTION, ORGANIZATION AND PRESENTATION


OF DATA
Population and Sample
Selecting appropriate samples
Sampling techniques
Methods of Collecting Data
Methods of Presenting Data
The Frequency Distribution
Course Outline 9

Chapter III

MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY


Mean and Weighted mean
Median
Mode
Uses of the Measures of Central Tendency
Limitations of the Measures of Central Tendency
Skewness in relation to the measures of central tendency
Measures of position
Course Outline 10

Chapter IV

MEASURES OF DISPERSION/VARIABILITY
Ranges
Quartile Deviation
Average Deviation or Mean Deviation
Standard Deviation
Variance
Coefficient of Variation
Skewness and Kurtosis
Course Outline 11

Chapter V

PROBABILITY
Sample Space and Events
Methods of Enumeration/Principles of Counting
Probability of an Event
Independence
Conditional Probability
Multiplication Rule
Course Outline 12

Chapter VI

PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
The Normal Distribution
Areas under the Normal Curve
Finding areas under the Normal Curve
Application of the Normal Curve
Course Outline 13

Chapter VII

TESTS OF HYPOTHESIS
Introduction
What is hypothesis? Hypothesis Testing?
Elements of statistical tests
Steps for testing a hypothesis
The choice of statistical tests
The meaning of statistical significance
Course Outline 14

Chapter VIII

APPLICATION OF TESTS OF HYPOTHESIS

Test of hypothesis: Large sample


Test of hypothesis: small sample
Tests concerning proportion
Course Outline 15

Chapter IX

ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE (ANOVA)


INTRODUCTION
The uses and assumptions
The F – Distributions
The procedure for one-way ANOVA
Scheffe’s Test
Course Outline 16

Chapter X

CORRELATION ANALYSIS
INTRODUCTION
Simple linear correlation
The coefficient of correlation and
determination
Testing the significance of correlation
coefficient
Course Outline 17

Chapter XI

REGRESSION ANALYSIS
INTRODUCTION
Simple linear regression model
Analysis of variance for linear regression
model
Tools for checking the regression
assumption
Course Outline 18

Chapter XII

CHI-SQUARE TEST
INTRODUCTION
Chi-Square test of Independence
Measures of association
Limitation of Chi-Square
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