30112 Introduction to Statistics for Students of Social Sciences II 1
Credits: 3 intermediate credits in Social Sciences - General
Prerequisites: One of the following: Introduction to Statistics for Students of Social Sciences I, Introduction to Statistics and Probability for Science Students
Recommended: Computer Applications for Social Sciences
Authors: Shmuel Zamir, Ruth Beyth-Marom
The course presents the main methods of inference from sample data to an entire population. The materials include a guide to SPSS, which is taught in the course.
Topics: Sampling and central limit theorems; Estimation; Testing hypotheses; Non-parametric tests and Bayesian inference.
1There is overlap in the content of this course and Statistical Inference (30204). This overlap has implications on the total number of credits granted for taking both courses. For details, see Overlapping Courses.