Course audio from 2011

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All the 2011 course audio files, when available, can be download from this page.

Date Material covered (approximate: may differ somewhat) Audio file
03 January 2011 Course overview and outline No audio available
05 January 2011 Visualizing process data No audio available
06 January 2011 Visualizing process data No audio available
10 January 2011 About variability, histograms and frequency distributions No audio available
12 January 2011 Samples, population, robust methods, central limit theorem, independence Class 4
13 January 2011 The normal distribution; testing for normality with the q-q plot Class 5
17 January 2011 The \(t\)-distribution and confidence interval for the mean with given variance Class 6
19 January 2011 Confidence interval with unknown variance; tests for differences/similarity with a reference set Class 7
20 January 2011 Tests for differences with without a reference set Class 8
24 January 2011 Continued with tests with without a reference set; paired tests Class 9
26 January 2011 Process monitoring Class 10
28 January 2011 Process monitoring Class 11
31 January 2011 Process monitoring Class 12
03 February 2011 Process monitoring Class 13
07 February 2011 Covariance, correlation, non-parameteric modelling Class 14
09 February 2011 Notation, calculating model parameters Class 15
10 February 2011 Analysis of variance, \(R^2\) and \(S_E\) Class 16
16 February 2011 Assumptions required to derived confidence intervals Class 17
17 February 2011 Calculating prediction intervals for \(y\), assessing assumptions Class 18
28 February 2011 Assessing assumptions and modifying data to better meet assumptions Class 19
02 March 2011 Multiple linear regression Class 20
03 March 2011 Integer variables; outliers: discrepancy, leverage and influence Class 21
07 March 2011 Single variable experiments, randomization, changing one single variable at a time (COST) approach Class 22
09 March 2011 Analysis of a 2 factor experiment: without interactions, and with interactions Class 23
10 March 2011 Factorial analysis using least squares; 3-factor experiment example (contains an integer variable) Class 24
16 March 2011 Assess if factors are significant or not; blocking and confounding Not available
17 March 2011 Guest speaker, Emily Nichols, on DOEs Class 26
21 March 2011 Fractional factorials; generators and defining relationships Class 27
23 March 2011 Saturated designs; response surface methods Class 28
24 March 2011 Response surface methods Class 29
28 March 2011 Dealing with incorrect experiments and constraints; wrapping up DOEs; take-home review. Class 30
30 March 2011 Latent variable methods: an overview of what these methods are, and how they are used Class 31
31 March 2011 Latent variable methods: further applications of latent variable methods Class 32
04 April 2011 Wrap-up: the 4C3/6C3 from the perspective of process modelling Class 33