# Introduction to Statistics

## Mathematics 113 or Statistical Methods 113

##### Usual Description

A standard introduction to statistics for students with a good background in mathematics. Topics covered include exploratory data analysis, descriptive statistics, probability, sampling, estimation, and statistical inference. A broad spectrum of examples is employed. Statistical software is introduced, but no prior computer experience is assumed.

##### Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing | Semester | Professor | |
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Statistical Methods 113 | Taught by Robert Bosch or Colin Dawson | ||

Statistical Methods 113 | Taught by Colin Dawson or Kevin Woods | ||

Statistical Methods 113 | Taught by Colin Dawson or Jeffrey Witmer | ||

Statistical Methods 113 | Taught by Kevin Woods | ||

Statistical Methods 113 | Taught by Michael Raney | ||

Statistical Methods 113 | Taught by Robert Bosch | ||

Statistical Methods 113 | Taught by Kevin Woods | ||

Mathematics 113 | Taught by Jeffrey Witmer or Kevin Woods | ||

Mathematics 113 | Taught by Joshua Lesperance | ||

Mathematics 113 | Taught by Kevin Woods | ||

Mathematics 113 | Taught by Robert Bosch | ||

Mathematics 113 | Taught by Jeffrey Witmer | ||

Mathematics 113 | |||

Mathematics 113 | Taught by Michael Raney | ||

Mathematics 113 | Taught by Angela Roles | ||

Mathematics 113 |