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I took this class at Stanford Summer Session 2000 my teacher was Winston Richard a visiting faculty member from Penn State University.
60. Introduction to Statistical Methods
5 units, Staff, MTWThF 11:00. A non-mathematical study of statistical methods used in the social and biological sciences and other disciplines. Organization of data and methods of summarization, including averages and measures of variability and association; statistical inference based on a brief introduction to probability theory, including tests of hypotheses, estimation, and confidence intervals. Averages and measures of variability and association. GER:2c (DR:4)
(this discription is from Summer 2001 but fits to the class last year as well)