$1490 per person
This two-day course presents applications of mulitvariant statistics data analysis with Excel examples. Participants should be familiar with the topics presented in the Statistics 101 course. Since two-days is insufficient time to properly present all the topics listed below, participants will prioritize the order in which the topics are to be presented.
- Two-Sample Comparisons (t-test)
- Failure Mechanics Example
- Comparing Two Variances
- Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)
- Regression Analysis and Correlation
- Residuals Analysis
- Acceptance Sampling and AQL Tables
- Introduction to Multivariate Data
- Random Data Vectors and Matrices
- Relevant Matrix Algebra
- Multiple Linear Regression Analysis
- Normal Bivariate Example: Rayleigh Distribution
- Sample Mean, Covariance, and Correlation
- Circular Error Probability (CEP)
- Principal Component Analysis (PCA)
- Independent Component Analysis (ICA)
- Topics presented in order of participant interest
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Dr. Alan D. Stuartan emeritus professor of acoustics at Penn State, has over forty years’ experience in the field of sound and vibration. For over thirty years, he has taught both academic and onsite technical training courses on the Fundamentals of Acoustics, Structural Acoustics, Noise Control Engineering, Underwater Acoustics and Sonar Engineering, as well as Math Refreshers (including Statistics) at government and industrial organizations throughout the country, as well as in Canada and Mexico.
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