SCU3 - Introduction to Modelling Course Content

SCU3 - Introduction to Modelling Course Content

  • Two numerical variables
    • Scatterplots - 3.1
    • Understanding relationships between variables - 3.2
    • Correlation between variables - 3.3
  • Simple linear regression
    • Linear relationship between two variables - 3.4
  • Nonlinear relationships
    • Non "straight line" relationships between variables - 3.5
  • Categorical variables
    • Variables that have categories (frequency tables and charts) - 5.1-2
    • Comparing the categorical data from different groups - 5.3
    • Distributions of two categorical variables - 5.4
    • Association between categorical variables - 13.2
  • Multiple linear regression
    • Linear relationship between one variable and other variables (one continuous and one categorical variables): same slope, different intercepts - 6.2
    • Linear relationship between one variable and more than one continuous variables - 6.3
    • Assumptions for linear regression - 12.5
  • Regression for binary categorical data (yes/no) response
    • Linear relationship between a binary (yes/no) response and continuous  or categorical variables - 5.6

 

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