SF2930 Regression analysis



SF2930 Regression analysis 7.5 cr, spring 2017.
    Lecturer (examiner):
    Tatjana Pavlenko
    Department of Mathematics
    Office: room 3628, Lindstedtsv. 25 (6th floor)
    Office phone: +46 8 790 8466

    Teaching assistant:
    Felix Rios
    Department of Mathematics
    Office: room 3750, Lindstedtsv. 25 (7th floor)
    Office phone: +46 8 790 6619
    Office hours: Tue 15.00--16:00 (in 3729).

General course information.
On the following pages you can find general information regarding the course.

Examination.

Recent info: 29/03. Exam is corrected. Students with grade Fx may ask for an oral exam to enhance their grade to E. Please contact Tatjana Pavlenko by email. Deadline: April 10.

Project 1 is evaluated and can be fetched from the student office, Teknikringen, 8. Students with grade Fx for the project 1 may improve the project presentation to enhance their grade to G (passed the project 1 part). The improved project report must be sent by e-mail to Felix Rios along with the Fx commented version. Deadline: April 10.

Project 2 is corrected. Students with grade Fx for the project 2 will be informed by e-mail about the completion needed to enhance their grade to G (passed the project 2 part). The improved project report must be sent by e-mail to Felix Rios. Deadline: April 10.

Obs! Project result can be seen in LADOK only when both Project 1 and Project 2 are approved.

Re-examination
The written re-exam is scheduled for Friday June 8, 8.00-13.00. Please register for the re-exam of June 8 before May 15.

Requests for review of grade have to be filed to the SCI student affairs office. Please do not contact the examiner directly.

  • Questions for the exam pdf.

  • Computer projects (3.0 cr): there are two compulsory computer projects that are to be submitted as written reports. Each report should be written by a group of two (2) students.
    The computer projects will be graded with Pass/Fail.

  • The written exam (4.5 cr): the exam will be held on Thursday 14th March 2017, 8.00-13.00. The exam (4.5 cr) consists of 6 problems, every problem counts for a total of 6 points. The preliminary score needed to pass the exam is 18. Allowed aids: calculators and BETA Mathematics Handbook.

  • Final grades for the whole course are set according to the quality of the written examination. Grades are given in the range A-F, where A is the best and F means failed. Fx means that you have the right to a complementary examination (to reach the grade E). The criteria for Fx is a grade F on the exam, and that an isolated part of the course can be identified where you have shown a particular lack of knowledge and that the examination after a complementary examination on this part can be given the grade E.

  • Important: Students, who are admitted to a course and who intend to attend it, need to activate themselves in Rapp . Log in there using your KTH-id and click on "activate" (aktivera). The codename for sf2930 in Rapp is regan17 .

  • Registration for the written examination via "my pages" is required.

    Students from SU: register at the students' office of the department of mathematics at KTH. Information about the location of the exam is found here. Information about the students' office, exam registration etc, can be found here.

  • Students with disabilities: Please contact KTH FUNKA to inquire about any support you may need during the exam.

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Uppdated: 20/10-2016