# tomhanna-uh

## Recently Published

##### Demonstration Project
Demonstration for students of completing semester project in R Studio.
##### POLS 3316: OLS Regression Part 2
Second lecture on OLS Regression for POLS 3316: Statistics for Political Scientists. Review of part I and interpreting regression results
##### POLS 3316: Intro to OLS Regression
First lecture on OLS regression from POLS 3316: Statistics for Political Scientists
##### POLS3316: Lecture 15: Confidence Intervals
Confidence intervals using t- and z-scores. Graphical example of regression plot with confidence interval using ggplot.
##### GOVT2306: Week of November 6
GOVT 2306 Lecture and discussion slides for week of November 6, 2023
##### POLS3316: Student's t-test
Lecture for Statistics for Political Scientists, focusing on Student's t-test with review or mentions of Chi square, ANOVA, and z-scores.
##### GOVT2306: Lecture Slides Week of October 30
Brief overview of regions, political culture, and introduction to Texas Constitution
##### GOVT2306L Lecture Slides Week of October 30
Lecture slides for week of October 30. Brief overview of Texas regions, political culture and
##### POLS3316: Lecture 12: Causal Inference and Hypothesis Testing
Basic overview of the role of hypothesis testing in causal inference, a simple Z-Score example. For POLS 3316: Statistics for Political Scientists
##### October 16 Lecture Slides GOVT 2306
Lecture slides for my GOVT 2306 Class for the week of October 16, 2023
##### October9_Lectures
Lectures week of October 9 for GOVT2306
##### test
Testing RPubs publishing and update using the manual technique instead of the IDE.
##### Problem Set 1 Answers - POLS 3316 Fall 2023
Answers for a problem set where students were asked to use R Studio to produce answers to simple descriptive statistics for some small sequences of numbers.
##### POLS3316: Probabilities and Frequency Distributions
Lectures from Statistics for Political Scientists. Two part lecture finishing probability and sets, continuing to frequency distributions including a preview of the Central Limit Theorem, Law of Large Numbers, and 68-95-99 rule.
##### POLS3316: Variable types, Population and Sample, Miscellaneous
Lectures for Statistics for Political Science for two days. Concludes material on probability, covers variable types, sample and population basics, correlation and covariance introduction.
##### POLS3316: Introduction to Probability and Set Notation
Lecture introducing basic probability and set notation for undergraduate statistics for political science. Includes brief notes on probability in statistical inference.
##### Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
Two lectures on civil liberties and civil rights from GOVT2306, United States and Texas Constitution and Politics.
##### The Bill of Rights and Evolution of Federalism
Lecture slides for introductory American Government college course covering the Bill of Rights and the evolution of federalism starting with the ratification of the 10th Amendment through the New Federalism. Creative Commons License and Author information on final slide
##### GOVT2306: Federalism Part 1
Lecture on Federalism from US and Texas Constitution and Politics course I am teaching. For demonstration, not guaranteed to be free from errors at this point