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STATS 253

Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Data

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3 units

Letter or Credit/No Credit

A unified treatment of methods for spatial data, time series, and other correlated data from the perspective of regression with correlated errors. Two main paradigms for dealing with autocorrelation: covariance modeling (kriging) and autoregressive processes. Bayesian methods. Prerequisites: applied linear algebra (MATH 103 or equivalent), statistical estimation (STATS 200 or CS 229), and linear regression (STATS 203 or equivalent).

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