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Erik B. Erhardt, Edward J. Bedrick, and Ronald M. Schrader
Lecture notes for Advanced Data Analysis (ADA1 Stat 427/527 and ADA2 Stat 428/528), Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New Mexico, Fall 2016-Spring 2017. Additional material including RMarkdown templates for in-class and homework exercises, datasets, R code, and video lectures are available on the course websites: https://statacumen.com/teaching/ada1 and https://statacumen.com/teaching/ada2 .
I ADA1: Software
- 0 Introduction to R, Rstudio, and ggplot
II ADA1: Summaries and displays, and one-, two-, and many-way tests of means
- 1 Summarizing and Displaying Data
- 2 Estimation in ... Read More
Florentin Smarandache, Ion Goian, Raisa Grigor, and Vasila Marin
In this book, you will find algebraic exercises and problems, grouped by chapters, intended for higher grades in high schools or middle schools of general education. Its purpose is to facilitate training in mathematics for students in all high school categories, but can be equally helpful in a standalone work. The book can also be used as an extracurricular source, as the reader shall find enclosed important theorems and formulas, standard definitions and notions that are not always included in school textbooks.... Read More
Center for Southwest Research
These resources were created by the staff of the Center for Southwest Research in celebration of the centennial of New Mexico Statehood.
(Photo: Governor Larrazolo receiving troops from overseas. Octaviano A. Larrazolo Papers, 1841-1981, Center for Southwest Research, University of New Mexico)
Exploring an Era: The Social, Political, and Economic History of New Mexico's Struggle for Statehood
Choose a time period and describe the changes which took place during that era. This small group activity will utilize social studies, technology, and public speaking skills by having the students prepare and ... Read More
Principles of Stable Isotope Geochemistry is written as a textbook to accompany a one semester course in Stable Isotope Geochemistry. There are 13 chapters, each dealing with a specific subtopic of the field. Other than Chapters 1 and 2 – introduction and definitions – most of the remaining chapters can be read without reliance on the preceding ones. It is also hoped that the book will serve as a general reference volume for researchers in the field.
Principles of Stable Isotope Geochemistry has been organized in such a way that ... Read More