BI 343 Analysis of Biological Data
A practical examination of the concepts, reasoning, and techniques used in experimental design and the statistical analysis of biological data. Topics include designing experiments; collecting and organizing data; understanding, summarizing and presenting data; data distributions and an introduction to probability; modern statistical techniques used to analyze different types of biological data; and statistical and biological inference.
Prerequisite: MTH 111 or MTH 243
Corequisite: BI 343L
Ineligible for the Satisfactory/No Credit grade mode if you are a Biology major.
If you elect S/NC grading the course cannot be used to meet Biology requirements even if a grade of S is earned.
If you are in a major other than Biology you are eligible to choose the Satisfactory/No Credit grading option.
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