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The Game Development Process

The Game Development Process

The Game Development Process Audio Creation Introduction (1 of 2) Dramatic evolution of audio Used to be bleep or bloop Any sound on computer by programmer Mid-90’s CD-ROM could but “real” music on disc WAV files and other formats Allowed voice overs, other dialog

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AP Psychology

AP Psychology

AP Psychology. Ms. Simon September 17-24, 2009 Introduction to Research Methods. Hindsight Bias. The tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that one would have foreseen it. Scientific Theories. Set of principles that organize and predict behaviors or events Link observed facts

By Mercy
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Types of Errors

Types of Errors

Types of Errors. Difference between measured result and true value. Illegitimate errors Blunders resulting from mistakes in procedure. You must be careful. Computational or calculational errors after the experiment. Bias or Systematic errors

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Chapter 11: Inference for Distributions of Categorical Data

Chapter 11: Inference for Distributions of Categorical Data

Chapter 11: Inference for Distributions of Categorical Data. 11.1 Chi-Square Goodness-of-Fit Tests. Section 11.1 Chi-Square Goodness-of-Fit Tests. COMPUTE expected counts, conditional distributions, and contributions to the chi-square statistic

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COMM 301: Empirical Research in Communication

COMM 301: Empirical Research in Communication

COMM 301: Empirical Research in Communication. Lecture 15 – Hypothesis Testing Kwan M Lee. Things you should know by the end of the lecture. Structure and logic of hypothesis testing Differentiate means and standard deviations of population, sample, and sampling distributions.

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Case-control study 1 : Design and odds ratio

Case-control study 1 : Design and odds ratio

Case-control study 1 : Design and odds ratio. Preben Aavitsland (partly based on Epiet 2004). Contents. Monday 1 Design: Case-control study as a smarter cohort study The odds ratio Tuesday 2 Choosing cases and controls Matching Power calculation Wednesday

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Endpoints for Pediatric Brain Tumors December 6, 2006 meeting of the Pediatric Subcommittee to ODAC

Endpoints for Pediatric Brain Tumors December 6, 2006 meeting of the Pediatric Subcommittee to ODAC

Endpoints for Pediatric Brain Tumors December 6, 2006 meeting of the Pediatric Subcommittee to ODAC. Karen D. Weiss, M.D. Deputy Director Office of Oncology Drug Products. Pediatric Brain Tumors. Pediatric Oncology. General Pediatrics. General Oncology. General Pediatrics.

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Talking about Qualitative Research

Talking about Qualitative Research

Talking about Qualitative Research. Wen-chi Wu. Reference--Books. Doing qualitative research Crabtree BF, Miller WL. (eds). Sage 1999. 質性研究:理論方法及本土女性研究實例 胡幼慧 主編,巨流,1996。 社會科學質的研究 陳向明 著,五南,1999。. Reference--Journals. Qualitative Health Research Medical Anthropology Quarterly

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AP STATISTICS REVIEW: INFERENCE

AP STATISTICS REVIEW: INFERENCE

AP STATISTICS REVIEW: INFERENCE. http://carolhuss.cmswiki.wikispaces.net/ OR j.mp/husswiki. Carol Huss Independence High School carol.huss@cms.k12.nc.us. Statistical Inference. Drawing conclusions (“to infer”) about a population based upon data from a sample. Two types of inference:

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Ranked Set Sampling: Improving Estimates from a Stratified Simple Random Sample

Ranked Set Sampling: Improving Estimates from a Stratified Simple Random Sample

Ranked Set Sampling: Improving Estimates from a Stratified Simple Random Sample. Christopher Sroka, Elizabeth Stasny, and Douglas Wolfe Department of Statistics The Ohio State University. Alternative Title – Ranked Set Sampling: Where are the Samplers?.

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One Sample Means Test: What if  is unknown? (sampling from normal population)

One Sample Means Test: What if  is unknown? (sampling from normal population)

One Sample Means Test: What if  is unknown? (sampling from normal population). We know that:. If sample came from a normal distribution, t has a t-distribution with n-1 degrees of freedom. What is the distribution of:. Symmetric about 0.

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Critical Thinking: Chapter 10

Critical Thinking: Chapter 10

Critical Thinking: Chapter 10. Inductive Arguments. Arguments. Before we can evaluate an argument, we need to analyze it. We need to be clear what the argument is trying to prove, what evidence it uses, and how it relates this evidence to its conclusion. Inductive Arguments.

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A Multiscale Analysis of the 23-24 November 2004 Southeast United States Tornado Outbreak

A Multiscale Analysis of the 23-24 November 2004 Southeast United States Tornado Outbreak

A Multiscale Analysis of the 23-24 November 2004 Southeast United States Tornado Outbreak. Alicia C. Wasula. Event Summary. 23/1700 UTC – 24/1300 UTC (nocturnal) 80 Tornadoes (17 F2 or greater) 3 Fatalities / 38 Injuries 45% tornadoes close to Gulf coast (south of 32 N). Motivation.

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SAMPLE SIZE ESTIMATION

SAMPLE SIZE ESTIMATION

SAMPLE SIZE ESTIMATION. DR. SHRIRAM V. GOSAVI MODERATED BY: BHARAMBE SIR. FRAMEWORK. What is sample size? & Why it required? Practical issues in determining sample sizes Determining sample size Sample size calculation by different ways Sample size estimation for descriptive studies

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CT Colonography vs Colonoscopy for the Detection of Advanced Neoplasia

CT Colonography vs Colonoscopy for the Detection of Advanced Neoplasia

CT Colonography vs Colonoscopy for the Detection of Advanced Neoplasia

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Risk of malignancy in patients with mental health problems

Risk of malignancy in patients with mental health problems

Risk of malignancy in patients with mental health problems. Julia Hippisley-Cox Yana Vinogradova Carol Coupland Chris Parker SAPC, Keele July 2006. Aims of presentation. Overall Present analysis of study examining risk of cancer in patients with mental health problems. Acknowledgements.

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Activity #3

Activity #3

Activity #3. Testing Medicines: A Clinical Trial. Key Words. Clinical Trial – a test performed on volunteers, typically to test medicines, before the products are made available to the public Control – a standard used for comparison that is not changed throughout the experiment

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Educational Research: Key Paradigms

Educational Research: Key Paradigms

Educational Research: Key Paradigms. Originally Prepared by: Peter Taylor, Curtin University of Technology Adapted and Presented by: Bal Chandra Luitel, Kathmandu University . Paradigm?.

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Mid-Term Review

Mid-Term Review

Mid-Term Review. Biology 2013. Scientific Method and Inquiry. 1. What is an experiment? What is an independent variable? What is a dependent variable? What is a control?. Experiment – when an idea is tested. Independent Variable – measured (time or temp.)

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DNA Technology

DNA Technology

DNA Technology . Chapter 12. Applications of Biotechnology. Biotechnology : The use of organisms to perform practical tasks for human use. DNA Technology : Application of biotechnology in which genomes of organisms are analyzed and manipulated at the molecular level

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