//Period 7 Statistics, day before corona break //Class has just discussed how the disease can be modeled by a logistic function Stein: See! I told you on the first day! The most important classes are Health, NSL, and statistics. There's a disease, so that's health. The government can't do anything because it's dysfunctional, so that's NSL. And stat... Student: That logistic function is calculus!! //Stein peppers it with dots with a whiteboard marker Stein: Now it is
Stein: The take-home's about homicide ;)
Stein: Teachers complain about too many people in their classes but for me it's not enough, I want bigger data sets!
//Stat, doing an activity with a data set of reaction times Stein: Now, I want to make a list of of the best people and the worst people Stein: *muttering* Hmph, I sound like Trump
Stein: *Gestures to what he just wrote on the board* Stein: Is that right? Math has never been my strong suit... Stein: Odd career choice, I know, but you gotta make a living somehow
//Stat, first day of school, Stein is going over expectations Stein: Oh yeah, that's my twitter, follow me on twitter Stein: I don't follow students back, but you should follow me Stein: I'm trying to get to 1000 followers, help me out here
//First day of school, Stein is going over the assigned seats Stein: "Yuyu Yang"... Stein: You know, I really admire the number of Y's in your name Stein: I really like the letter Y
Stein: I wrote a couplet //Class looks up in naive anticipation Stein: P-value low, reject the Ho
//pd 2 statistics Stein: A convenience sample is when you just ask people nearby, you don't pick your sample randomly at all. This is sometimes known as a silverchips sample.
Stein: Has anyone taken... that class? AP... AP... Mitochondria? *class laughs* Student: Biology? Stein: Yeah, AP Bio! Do you do chi-squared tests in that class?