MATH2010
Computational Statistics

Course Description

Statistical computing is an essential part of modern statistics. Students will learn the core of ideas of programming—functions, objects, data structures, input and output, debugging, logical design and abstraction—through writing code to assist in numerical and graphical statistical analyses. Students will learn how to write maintainable code, as well as debug and test code for correctness. They will learn how to set up and run stochastic simulations, how to fit basic statistical models and assess the results, and how to work with and filter large data sets. Since code is an important form of communication among scientists, students will also learn how to comment and organize code.


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