Department of Statistics


STATS 302 Applied Multivariate Analysis


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Below description edited in year: 2018

Points: 15

Prereqs: 15 points from STATS 201, 207, 208 or BIOSCI 209.

Credit: Final exam 50%; Coursework 50% (1 Test worth 20%, Assignments worth 20% and Quizzes worth 10%), must obtain at least 50% in final exam to pass. For advice: Mike Forster (ext 88759). This course covers the exploratory analysis of multivariate data, with emphasis on the use of statistical software and reporting of results.

For Advice: Beatrix Jones (Email: beatrix.jones@auckland.ac.nz | extn: 84790)

Taught: Second Semester City

Website: STATS 302 website

Software-based exploration of multivariate data. Modern extensions to high dimensional and non-normal data.

Topics studied include: Visualisation, Principle components, factor analysis, ordination, cluster analysis, multivariate multiple regression and associated methods. The approach will be largely non-mathematical and practical, with an emphasis on the understanding of the techniques.


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