Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Mathematical Biostatistics Boot Camp @ FIX University Cultural Campus 

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Mathematical Biostatistics Boot Camp

Brian Caffo

This class presents the fundamental probability and statistical concepts used in elementary data analysis. It will be taught at an introductory level for students with junior or senior college-level mathematical training including a working knowledge of calculus. A small amount of linear algebra and programming are necessary, but not required.
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Week 3 Homework and Quiz

The Week 3 Homework and Quiz are live!

Mon 8 Oct 2012 1:16:00 PM PDT

Week 2

Hey everyone,

Welcome to week 2 of Mathematical Biostatistics Boot Camp. This week we're going to talk about expected values and independence. Thanks to everyone on the forum that are helping us iron out the kinks.

Tue 2 Oct 2012 12:14:00 PM PDT

Grading Policy Change in Week 2

As promised in the announcement yesterday, we are switching the quiz grading policy so that your official effective scores will now be based on your best score out of three attempts instead of your latest score out of three attempts. This change will also be retroactive to your Week 1 quiz scores. We have also made all of the Week 2 Quiz multiple choice questions. We are making these change in response to some helpful feedback that we received from some of your fellow students, and we hope that this helps settle some of the confusion about quiz grading.

We are also sorting out the problem that some of you experienced with quiz attempts submitted between the original quiz deadline and the extended deadline. We hope to have some answers about that problem very soon.

Keep up the good work. We are seeing a lot of great work. The Week 2 video lectures are now open for business.
Tue 2 Oct 2012 7:49:00 AM PDT

Week 1 Deadlines Extended & Grading Policy Change

There was some confusion about the deadlines for the Week 1 Quiz and Homework, so they have been extended until 11:59 PM PDT today, October 1. As a result, the openings of the Week 2 Quiz and Homework have been pushed back until 11:59 AM PDT tomorrow, October 2.

We are also adjusting the grading policy for quizzes. Beginning with the Week 2 quiz, your effective score will reflect your best attempt instead of your last attempt. 

Thanks to everyone for your hard work on the course so far. We are seeing a lot of good conversation on the Discussion Forums, and it is especially gratifying to see you helping one another understand the material. We are also grateful for the feedback you have been giving us. 

Keep up the good work!
Mon 1 Oct 2012 6:53:00 AM PDT


By the way, whenever I write log it means log base e (natural log). If I want log base ten or two, say, I'll write log10 or log2. 

Thu 27 Sep 2012 8:10:00 AM PDT


Hey class,

If you're in Madison Wisconsin, I'll be giving a talk in their Biostat Department on Wednesday.

Tue 25 Sep 2012 3:37:00 PM PDT

For those having rendering problems

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Mon 24 Sep 2012 6:42:00 AM PDT

If you like youtube.

Hey all,

In case you want it. I put the lectures on Youtube as "unlisted" (so not public and searchable, but available to anyone with the link). These are the preproduction videos and have some tech issues. But if you want a list of links to the unlisted videos, they're here:

Sun 23 Sep 2012 7:41:00 PM PDT

Hey everyone

Hey everyone. There were some typos in the quiz and HW that I think I've fixed. (This class is a test for me too, and it looks like I'll have to study harder.) Thanks for pointing it out in the forums. Welcome to the class and keep those forums hot!

Sun 23 Sep 2012 7:18:00 PM PDT

Welcome Troops

Welcome to Mathematical Biostatistics Bootcamp. 

I suggest that you get started by reviewing the syllabus. You can find it by clicking the link on the left-hand navigation bar. Please pay special attention to the due dates for each of the sections and to the grading policy at the bottom of the page. 

Next, please visit the Discussion Forums and introduce yourself in the General Discussion thread. We would love to find out a little bit about each of you, including your background and your reasons for taking the course. You can also help us get to know you by updating your profile.

Finally, you can dive right into the things by completing all of the Week 1 activities:

  • Watch the Week 1 Video Lectures (Welcome to the Course, Lectures 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 2C and 2D)
  • Complete Homework 1 (optional)
  • Complete the Week 1 Quiz (required)

I'm so glad to see you here, and I hope you have come ready to learn. Please don't hesitate to use the Discussion Forums to ask questions, and please do your best to answer the questions posted by your fellow recruits. Although I would love to be able to answer each question personally, I know that isn't realistic. I will focus my attention on answer the questions that are getting the most up-votes and the questions that seem to be generating a lot of discussion.
Mon 10 Sep 2012 8:42:00 AM PDT

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