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Course Materials

Lecture Lists

Intercollegiate classes

Part A

Statistics Options MT 2017 slides [PDF]
A8 Probability
A9 Statistics
A12 Simulation and Statistical Programming

Part B

SB1a Applied Statistics – Dr Laws
SB1a Applied Statistics – Dr Rogers
SB1b Computational Statistics – Professor Caron
SB1b Computational Statistics – Professor Nicholls
SB1 Practicals letter 2017/2018 [PDF]
Declaration of Authorship [PDF]
Link to University guidance on plagiarism

SB2a Foundations of Statistical Inference (via WebLearn)
SB2b Statistical Machine Learning [Specimen examinations and solutions can be found on WebLearn, navigate to Part B – SB2b.]
SB3a Applied Probability
SB3b Statistical Lifetime Models
SB4a Actuarial Science I
SB4b Actuarial Science II
Actuarial Exemptions notice [PDF]
Actuarial Exemptions form [PDF]

Link to specimen examination solutions – via WebLearn

Part C

SC1 Stochastic Models in Mathematical Genetics
SC2 Probability and Statistics for Network Analysis – available via Weblearn
SC4 Advanced Topics in Statistical Machine Learning. Link to some specimen examination solutions – via WebLearn
SC5 Advanced Simulation Methods
SC6 Graphical Models. Link to specimen examination questions – via WebLearn
SC7 Bayes Methods. Link to specimen examination questions – via WebLearn

SC8 Four Topics in Computational Biology

Part C project information

 

Link to course material from the Mathematical Institute
Link to specimen examination solutions – via WebLearn
Link to Mathematics specimen examination solutions

 

Mathematical Institute webpages for undergraduates
Mathematics Undergraduate Representative Committee (MURC)
Joint Consultative Committee with Undergraduates (JCCU)
Departmental complaint and appeals procedure [PDF]
University policy on plagiarism
Disability
Link to University’s student webpages

Skills and study resources

Oxford University IT Services – IT Learning Centre
Oxford University Careers Service
Oxford University Language Centre
Library: information for Library users including links to e-resources
Mathematical Institute study guide for undergraduates