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Notes for Introduction to Econometrics

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Topics covered in these notes are done upto the mid semester exam. Notes were made from the textbook.

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Descriptive statistics Statistics Probability and statistics Statistical hypothesis testing Summary statistics Normal distribution Parametric statistics Means T-statistic Confidence interval Standard error Student's t-test
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Descriptive statistics Statistics Probability and statistics Statistical hypothesis testing Summary statistics Normal distribution Parametric statistics Means T-statistic Confidence interval Standard error Student's t-test
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2 Economics Data Types of statistical data include numerical data that are continuous, numerical data that are discrete and categorical data Economics data is usually numerical data that are recorded and interpreted as numbers Economics uses continuous numerical data that consists of annual income or national GDP Discrete numerical data take integer values and include number of jobs held at a point in time Categorical data is where data are recorded as belonging to one or more categories and includes male and female or employed or not employed Discrete Data Countable in a finite or limited time Used in sentences with ‘number of’ Example: Number of jobs or number of people in a household Continuous Data Infinite values and continues with time Example...
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