+ and – letter grades are 2.5%
from the above cut off points. For example, A- is
and <92.5% and B+ is
A project completed in an
unreadable or unprofessional manner will be returned to the student.
The project may be redone and turned in again; however, points will be
deducted from the grade. No late
projects, quizzes, etc. will be accepted.
You are required to turn in all projects
electronically. E-mail projects to me in Word documents BEFORE the time
the project is due. I will e-mail you an acknowledgement if it has been
received. If you do not receive an e-mail acknowledgement from me, it is
your responsibility to determine what happened to the project.
The statistical software packages, SAS
and R, will be used extensively to do calculations in this class. Personal
copies of SAS may be obtained for a fee from the Department of Statistics. R is
freeware and may be obtained from the R project website at
particular, the latest windows version of R can be downloaded from
http://cran.r-project.org/bin/windows/base and is located in the file
rw2011.exe. All projects must be completed using SAS and R unless otherwise announced.
Projects completed using other software packages will not be accepted.
he final exam is scheduled for 7:30-9:30AM
on Friday, December 16.
to be successful in this course
be successful in this course, I strongly suggest that you should: