what is going on?
Why does sample variance have n-1 in the denominator?
Can Chebyshev's rule be used to find outliers?
Also, for the cereal questions, what is the population?
How should we use the book?
I couldn’t find any of the homework in the book. Does anyone know where it is for this section?
There are a lot of functions and arguments that have been used; should we be keeping a master list? I am new to R and don't remember a lot of them. What would be the most effective way to find them?
Chris, could you please take a look at the waiting room? One of my friends can't join the zoom meeting.
You mentioned that if we have the book we can download the data for the homework so we don't need to enter it manually. Where in the book are the download links?
Can you explain the code used to find the relative frequency and frequency distribution? What is the difference between “breaks” and “counts”?
What is the easiest way to remember the difference between Y and y?
whats your policy on R Studio?
Do we need to use a program editor? If so which one?
I missed 2-3 minutes of zoom because of some difficulties with connection. Who I can to ask if I have some difficulties while I am working on quiz? Such as for standard deviatiation for fat continent.
Can we use the read.csv(file.choose(), header = T) function instead?
The book provides a link to follow for the hw data files. However when I followed the link the webpage says it is unavailable. I am not sure if it is only me having this problem or if other people were able to access it?
I'm having that problem as well. The download data is no longer available.
Where can we download the project file?
Its in the graded section on the website
So, Thursday’s lecture is just for questions… so is it okay if we listen in if we don’t have specific questions? Or is Thursday just for private questions?