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Great introduction to multiple linear regression. Don't worry about understanding each week in isolation but rather focus on understanding on how everything fits together at the end of the semester.
Anonymous, Spring session, 2017
Mostly regression so as long as you know how to build a solid understanding of regression from the beginning, everything else is a breeze. No need to have a great math knowledge. You will appreciate data analysis after doing this course.e
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015
Students are able to (1) appreciate the power of statistical concepts in the interpretation of data; (2) demonstrate knowledge of fundamental statistical tools and computer packages for applying these tools; (3) recognise the appropriate statistical techniques for use in particular real-world settings, and correctly apply these techniques for data analysis; (4) effectively communicate the results of these analyses; and (5) undertake continuous learning and realise that understanding the fundamentals is necessary for effective application.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017
Great introductory course to fundamentals of econometrics.
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