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H1 Econometrics Condensed Notes

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Weeks 1-12 lectures and tutorials consolidated into easy to read and refer notes, very useful and he...

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ECOM20001 - Econometrics 1 Notes

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Econometrics 1: COMPLETE NOTES + R CODES

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- Apply the least-squares method of estimation to the context of the simple linear regression model....

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Overall a really great subject with practical elements involving using R. Would highly recommend even if have taken QM2

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Great subject to help you build your quantitative skills and highly useful in corporate world.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

The content was genuinely fascinating. Learning how to use R was probably the highlight of the subject. However, the delivery was quite dry. Assignments were okay as long as you familiarize yourself with R, which you certainly will throughout the course. Although difficulty wise, this subject was okay, do not underestimate the exam. The exam was unlike the previous semesters' and so caught me off-guard, as it was more theory-based and had significantly fewer assignment/tutorial-type questions. Understanding the theory and knowing the steps to conduct different tests or to construct various types of regression models is crucial to do well at this subject.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Decent course material, just poorly executed. Tutorials were rather pointless, and would've preferred exam-style questions to practise upon instead of just R code (a balance would be nice). Final exam was very different from previous ones.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This subject goes into a lot of depth into the theory behind the regression model and cultivates a lot of applicable skills to the workplace and everyday life. Highly recommended.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Topics include review of statistics; F and X 2 distributions; review of simple linear regression model; multiple linear regression model; hypothesis testing, forecasting, diagnostics with regression models (including heteroskedasticity, serial correlation and model specification). Examples drawn from economics, finance, accounting, marketing and management will be illustrated using EVIEWs.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

This subject goes into a lot of depth into the theory behind the regression model and cultivates a lot of applicable skills to the workplace and everyday life. Highly recommended.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014

First of all, I am not a strong maths person. And I hated qm1 but I really enjoyed this subject. It's very similar to qm1 in terms of theory but the lecturer is excellent and tutorials are well organised. I got almost full mark for assignments even I did not read any textbooks but only lecture notes. I recommend this over qm2.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014