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This course covers statistical data treatment and decision making with an emphasis in medical imaging. Topics include modeling with probability distributions (binomial, normal), statistical inference (estimation and hypothesis testing, p-values), regression and correlation. Applications include descriptive presentations and experimental design.
Acceptance into BCIT Bachelor of Health or Pre-Calculus 12 (73%) or equivalent, or BCIT Math 0001 or Math 0120.
***This is not a self-paced course. There will be set dates for assignments and exams.*** ***IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Online course with IN-PERSON MIDTERM and FINAL*** MIDTERM: Wednesday, October 27th. FINAL: Thursday, December 2nd.
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