Where are we and what should I be doing

Syllabus

R Code to look at housing data

Capturing Relationships with Linear Regression

R Code to look at housing data

Discrete Random Variables, Mean and Variance

Stine and Foster:

Discrete Random Variables: 9.1

Mean and Variance: 9.2

Linear Functions of Random Variables: 9.3

Conditional Distributions and Joint Distributions

Stine and Foster:

Joint Distributions: 10.2 (10.1 is nice too).

Continuous Distributions

Stine and Foster:

Normal Distribution: 12.1

Google "install R under Windows"

click on "Download R-x.x.x for Windows"

Click on "Run"

Some of you may also want to use rstudio which gives you more

of a gui (visual point-and-click) interface to R.

rstudio also has a lot of nice tools built into.

But, for the basic R we will do, we won't need those tools.

You may like rstudio just because it combines the editor with the command line

and makes it easier to do a few things like saving graphs.

If I google "how do I download rstudio in windows I get":

To Install RStudio:

1. Go to www.rstudio.com and click on the "Download RStudio" button.

2. Click on "Download RStudio Desktop."

3. Click on the version recommended for your system, or the latest Windows version, and save the executable file.

Run the .exe file and follow the installation instructions.

Rob's Simple R Introduction

This look like it might be a super easy way to learn R: swirl stats .

A few simple notes on swirl

Note that if you go to http://swirlstats.com/students.html it tell you how

to get started installing R, rstudio, and swirl.

The Official Introduction to R

Short Reference Card

Google Tutorial

Princeton's R Introduction

Excel worksheet with Histogram of Default with chosen bins

2015, Quiz 2 solution

2015, Quiz 3 solution

07 Final
07 Final, Solutions

12 Final
12 Final, Solutions
12 Final, Solutions, Handwritten
12 Final, Solutions, Handwritten

2016 Midterm
2016 Midterm Solutions