|Unit convenor and teaching staff||
Unit convenor and teaching staff
Unit Convenor and lecturer
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Please refer to iLearn
Admission to MAppStat and (40cp in BCA or STAT units at 8000 level)
(STAT806 or STAT810 or STAT8310 or STAT6110) and (STAT811 or STAT8111) and (STAT821 or STAT8121) and (STAT878 or STAT8178)
This unit comprises a project which either reviews or develops an area of methodology or which discusses the use of statistical methods in a particular subject area.
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On successful completion of this unit, you will be able to:
Late Assessment Submission Penalty
From 1 July 2022, Students enrolled in Session based units with written assessments will have the following university standard late penalty applied. Please see https://students.mq.edu.au/study/assessment-exams/assessments for more information.
Unless a Special Consideration request has been submitted and approved, a 5% penalty (of the total possible mark) will be applied each day a written assessment is not submitted, up until the 7th day (including weekends). After the 7th day, a grade of '0' will be awarded even if the assessment is submitted. Submission time for all written assessments is set at 11:55 pm. A 1-hour grace period is provided to students who experience a technical concern.
For any late submission of time-sensitive tasks, such as scheduled tests/exams, performance assessments/presentations, and/or scheduled practical assessments/labs, students need to submit an application for Special Consideration.
Assessments where Late Submissions will be accepted
In this unit, late submissions will accepted as follows:
|Project Report||100%||No||Week 13|
Perform an analysis of a data set/simulation study and write a substantial report. Where appropriate a literature review should also be included.
1 If you need help with your assignment, please contact:
2 Indicative time-on-task is an estimate of the time required for completion of the assessment task and is subject to individual variation
In Week 1 a data set will be provided by the Unit Convenor.
Every student enrolled in this offering of the unit should attend the scheduled on campus Seminar and one online SGTA. Please see the timetable for details. Attendance will be recorded.
There is no group work in this unit.
|1||Project data set. Submit 2 research questions before Week 2.|
|4||Complete data summaries and preliminary analysis.|
|5||Complete initial write up of results. Submit on iLearn.|
|6||Additional analyses? Complete before Week 7.|
|7||How to write up the results section. Report writing in general.|
|8||Complete the introduction, methods and results sections.|
|9||Additional work that needs to be completed.|
|10||Start first draft of the project report.|
|11||Submit the first draft of the project report on iLearn.|
|12||Submit the second draft of the project report on iLearn.|
|13||Last minute questions.|
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Unit information based on version 2022.02 of the Handbook