Week |
Chapter |
Contents |
1 | 1,2 | Introduction. Likelihood, point estimates. |
2 | 3, (4,6,12), 8 | Exponential families, sufficiency, Fisher scoring |
3 | 9 | Asymptotics. |
4 | 5,10 | Bootstrap, nuisance parameters |
5 | 13 | Robustness, model distances |
6 | 4, 6, 11, 12 | Modeling, complex data structures |
7 | Review |
Week |
Notes and handouts |
1 | Lecture 1 |
2 | Lecture 2 , Lecture 3 |
3 | Lecture 4 , Lecture 5 |
4 | Lecture 6 , Lecture 7 , Review notes week 1-4 |
5 | Lecture 8 , Lecture 9, I , Lecture 9, II |
6 | Lecture 10 , Lecture 11 |
7 | Lecture 12 , Review 1 |
Week |
Labs and data links |
1 | Suggestion: plot normalized log-likelihood and the quadratic approximation for some easy distribution, like Bin(n,x) for large and small n, and for different values of x. |
2 | |
3 | Homework1 |
4 | Homework2: read Lindsey and write a 1 page summary - focusing on something you found particularly interesting. Also, view the example at the end of lecture 6. Compare UMVUE and MLE for estimating exp(-theta) as sample size n increases. Compare both bias and variance. |
5 | Solutions Homework1 |
6 | Homework3 Due Wed March 3 |
7 | Suggested problems to look at 2.10, 3.2, 3.5, 5.2, 5.4, 8.2, 8.3, 8.7. |
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