ANNOUNCEMENTS
- [Jan.6] Grades have now been submitted. Sorry for the delay - these things should not be rushed though...
- [Dec.24] It now looks like even unofficial grades will not be up until the new year. So, take a well-deserved break, enjoy the holidays, and check back here January 5th or so.
- [Dec.22] I will not be at the university of December 23rd, but will return on January 4th (first day the school is open). I will be checking e-mail over the break, but not everyday, so do not expect a prompt response!
- [Dec.22] To answer the question that's on everyone's mind: we are grading the final today, and within a few days of that I expect that I will be able to post unofficial grades here.
- [Dec.18] The assignments are in! Or so I've been told. They will be available for pick up during my office hours Monday and Tuesday.
- [Dec.15] FYI: I still haven't received the graded assignment 4. I will let you know as soon as I do.
- [Dec.13] Important: the day section instructor has just given me some more practice questions for the final. I will post a link to these along with the other final information.
- [Dec.10] I've just posted the solutions to the last assignment.
- [Dec.1] Here are the latest grades I have for the course. Please check if there are any errors, or if there is missing information. The grades include any medical notes that I have received as well. Please contact me by next class at the latest if there are inconsistencies.
- [Nov.25] I have just posted the solutions to the third assignment.
- [Nov.23] I have just posted the fourth (and last!) assignment. Please note that it is due on December 8, one week later than originally posted.
- [Nov.17] Correction on A3: I have made a correction to part b (and c) of question 4, and added a clarification in question 2b of A3. The updated copy is now posted.
- [Nov.11] Mathematical Modeling Contest: The MCM is a contest where teams of undergraduates use mathematical modeling to present their solutions to real world problems. The MCM will take place on February 10-14, 2011. Interested students should e-mail Dr. Jane Heffernan at jmheffer[at]mathstat.yorku.ca by December 23rd. There will be an information/training session in January. [see also]
- [Nov.11] I have just posted the solutions to both tests (see Test and Exam Info).
- [Nov.11] I have just posted the third assignment.
- [Nov.10] Here are *unofficial* grades for the midterm. If you have questions, please come and see me asap.
- [Nov.10] The third assignment will be posted by tomorrow evening at the latest.
- [Nov.10] Today's office hours are cancelled. Sorry for the short notice. If you need to see me, please make an appointment (I'll be around on Friday).
- [Nov.8] The final exam schedule has now been posted here.
- [Nov.3] Assignment 3 has been postponed. It is now due on November 24th. The assignment will be posted soon (next week probably).
- [Oct.28] The test is re-scheduled for Wednesday, November 3rd
from 7-7:50pm. If you have any questions, please let me know.
- Senate policy 2.18: "Students may not speak or communicate by any means, manner or device on the subject of an examination with anyone other than an invigilator for the duration of the examination, including during any temporary disruption of the examination." This means that consulting other students or text/notes etc. during any disruption to the exam is a breach of Academic Honesty and subject to disciplinary action.
- [Oct.22] I just posted some additional INFORMATION on the TEST. Please check it carefully. This includes info on EXTRA OFFICE HOURS.
- [Oct.21] Solutions to the second assignment have been posted.
- [Oct.20] Census mourned on World Statistics Day
- [Oct.19] I have posted some information about the test, including some practice questions. You'll find it in Test and Exam Info. Please read carefully over this information.
- [Oct.12] Sorry for the delay on this ... you may pick up your assignments during tomorrow's office hours (Wednesday, 3-4pm).
- [Oct.4] Mark your calendars! October 20th is WORLD STATISTICS DAY! It's also the day your second assignment's due, so it'll be easier to remember.
- [Oct.2] The second assignment has just been posted. You should be able to do all of the regression questions, and all of the assignment once we've finished chapter 4.
- [Oct.2] I should be able to secure some old tests for you, and I will post them as soon as I get them.
- [Oct.1] There is now a copy of our textbook available in the library. Also, I've posted solutions to the assignment.
- [Sept.23] I'm debating holding extra office hours on Tuesday 4-5pm - in case anyone has computing/other questions with regards to the assignment. Please let me know if there is a significant interest in this!
- [Sept.23] CORRECTION: The first question on assignment one asks you to create a bar graph for cities in Ontario - this is a typo and should read Canada (instead of Ontario).
- [Sept.22] Beginning in October (October 6th, to be exact), a TA will hold additional office hours in CLH B from 6-7pm.
- [Sept.22] To accomodate our part-time students, the assignments are now due by 6:30pm (and not 5pm as stated in the syllabus).
- [Sept.17] I have posted answers to the MC questions for chapter one (see Coverage/Homework/Sept.15). Also, in the next class, please make sure to give me your e-mail address if you have not already done so.
- [Sept.16] As promised, I've posted detailed instructions on how to do some graphing in Excel. Minitab is much much easier.