Wharton_Stat_422_722 - The official class webpage for Statistics 422/722 taught at Wharton in the Spring of 2017

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This is the course homepage for STAT 422/722 for the Spring semester 2017 at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania taught by Professor Adam Kapelner. The syllabus can be found here. Audio for lectures should be on canvas except for the first lecture (links below).

https://github.com/kapelner/Wharton_Stat_422_722

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