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Nonhle Mdziniso

Assistant Professor

School of Mathematics and Statistics
College of Science

585-475-6240
Office Hours
In-Person: Tuesday/Thursday 11am-12pm. Online (Zoom): Tuesday/Thursday 2pm-3pm. https://rit.zoom.us/j/93288658241 Meeting ID: 932 8865 8241
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Nonhle Mdziniso

Assistant Professor

School of Mathematics and Statistics
College of Science

585-475-6240

Currently Teaching

STAT-257
3 Credits
Learn how data furthers understanding of science and engineering. This course covers basic statistical concepts, sampling theory, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, point estimation, and simple linear regression. A statistical software package such as MINITAB will be used for data analysis and statistical applications.
STAT-500
3 Credits
This course introduces the student to statistical situations not encountered in regular course of study. It integrates and synthesizes concepts in statistical theory with applications. Topics include open-ended analysis of data, current techniques and practice of statistics, development of statistical communication skills and the use of statistical software tools in data analysis. Each student is required to learn and use a statistical technique beyond what is covered in the previous courses. Students are expected to introduce the method in a presentation and to prepare a comprehensive, professional report detailing the statistical method and its application to a data set.
STAT-675
3 Credits
This course introduces concepts of data visualization and storytelling. Students explore the use of graphical representations of data to convey information. Topics include data visualization principles, defining a research question or business case, establishing data requirements, using R programming language to create custom plots, enhancing data visualizations and dashboards, and telling a data-driven story with visualizations.
STAT-789
1 - 3 Credits
This course provides for the presentation of subject matter of specialized value in the field of applied statistics not offered as a regular part of the program.
STAT-790
1 - 6 Credits
This course is a graduate course for students enrolled in the Thesis/Project track of the MS Applied Statistics Program. (Enrollment in this course requires permission from the Director of Graduate Programs for Applied Statistics.)
STAT-791
0 Credits
This course is a graduate course for students enrolled in the Thesis/Project track of the MS Applied Statistics Program. (Enrollment in this course requires permission from the Director of Graduate Programs for Applied Statistics.)