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Title Session Yearsort descending Session Code Course Outline Instructor
STAT 251: Elementary Statistics 2016 Summer
STAT 536A: Statistical Theory for the Design and Analysis of Clinical Studies 2016 Winter stat_536_2016-17rb.pdf Rollin F. Brant
STAT 300: Intermediate Statistics for Applications 2016 Winter Matías Salibián-Barrera
STAT 541A: Applied Multivariate Analysis 2016 Winter stat541a_2017_outline.pdf Natalia Nolde
STAT 302: Introduction to Probability 2016 Winter Natalia Nolde
STAT 561: Statistical Theory II 2016 Winter outlines.stat461_16-17jc.pdf Jiahua Chen
STAT 321: Stochastic Signals and Systems 2016 Winter Ruben H Zamar
STAT 241: Introductory Probability and Statistics 2017 Winter w17stat251-course-outline-datesremoved.pdf W. A. Lasantha Premarathna
STAT 200: Elementary Statistics for Applications 2017 Winter outlines_stat_200_winter_17-18_ml.pdf Eugenia Yu
STAT 241: Introductory Probability and Statistics 2017
STAT 251: Elementary Statistics 2017 Winter w17stat251-course-outline-datesremoved.pdf W. A. Lasantha Premarathna
STAT 241: Introductory Probability and Statistics 2017 Winter w17stat251-course-outline-datesremoved.pdf W. A. Lasantha Premarathna
STAT 241: Introductory Probability and Statistics 2017
STAT 300: Intermediate Statistics for Applications 2017 Winter stat300_17.pdf Lang Wu
STAT 251: Elementary Statistics 2017 Winter w17stat251-course-outline-datesremoved.pdf W. A. Lasantha Premarathna
STAT 241: Introductory Probability and Statistics 2017
STAT 302: Introduction to Probability 2017 Winter outlines.stat_302_17.pdf Natalia Nolde
STAT 302: Introduction to Probability 2017 Winter outlines.stat_302_17.pdf Alexandre Bouchard-Côté
STAT 241: Introductory Probability and Statistics 2017
STAT 305: Introduction to Statistical Inference 2017 Winter stat305_outline_2017.pdf

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