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Data Analysis 1 Lecture Notes

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University of Melbourne: MAST10010 - Data Analysis 1 (H1: 90%)

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Reviews

A lot of abstract concepts and formulas but they're useful stuff. I was a bit confused in the beginning, but things started to make a lot more sense towards the end of the semester. It's fairly easy to get good marks for the assignments as long as you put in the work. Really easy 10 marks for the quizzes (allowed 3 attempts).

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

The lectures are fun, Sharon was hilarious sometimes. And she simplifies the complex knowledge. The web tools can simulate doing experiments and graphing, really good to play with.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

If you are one of those last minute cram kid I highly advise NOT to take this subject. Content is not very interesting unless you find statistical formulas and looking at graphs fascinating. Know how to use Minitab and go to the labs and ask your questions. Exam is not that bad if you have practiced a lot. Would not recommend this subjects though.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

A great introduction to data analysis, it can be really confusing at the start but if you work through the examples carefully, everything will start to make sense in the end. By week 12 everything that seems vague and confusing will suddenly form into a big picture ! the lecturer is so nice and the tutors are very helpful as well, I highly recommend the subject (despite it is quite difficult indeed! )

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

I didn't understand a lot of things in the beginning, but as the topics build onto one another, it gets easier to grasp the concepts over time. Sharon is a really fun and interesting lecturer, and she is always ready to help whenever you have a problem. The lab test was pretty easy, as long as you've done the lab sessions.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

honestly too hard

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Honestly in the beginning I found the subject very difficult to keep up with. However I powered through it and it turned out to be one of my favourite subjects all year! The tutors are great, Sharon is a mastermind and everyone in the subject is always there to lend a hand. I highly recommend the subject!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

It may sound strange, but although I didn't much like this subject, I would highly recommend it to anyone doing Science. It gives you a great understanding of study designs, and (as the name would suggest) how to analyse data from a study or experiment. It also gives you a good understanding of the basics of statistics, so for someone considering the Maths & Stats major you can see what stats actually is, and how it differs from doing maths. If you aren't looking for a top top score, the workload isn't too bad, and the lectures are pretty interesting some of the time. I don't think you will hate the subject, but even if you find that stats isn't for you, you'll probably be glad you tried it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015