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Old 03-15-2019, 01:14 PM
acirincione1996 acirincione1996 is offline
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I'm reading the syllabus now and it says "For this exam, ability to solve problems using the R programming language will not be assumed. However,
questions may present R output for interpretation." What does this mean exactly?? I know starting to learn R now is the best track, but if we don't have time, for example, to go through the labs in the ISL textbook will we be okay? I have a general sense of R - summary outputs, etc. so will this suffice for SRM? Thanks!
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Old 03-15-2019, 10:29 PM
ambroselo ambroselo is offline
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The R output you will see on the exam will likely be pretty self-explanatory (e.g., parameter estimates table). This means you will be able to understand the meaning of the output without (much) knowledge of R programming. The point of the exam will be to make use of the given output to perform further analysis.
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