AGRON 513 1 Fall 2021 - Quantitative Methods for Agronomy

Fall 2021
3 credit hours
Enrollment Limit: 
August 23, 2021 - December 17, 2021
Marin Harbur,, 515-294-2999
Course Description: 
Quantitative methods for analyzing and interpreting agronomic information. Principles of experimental design, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, regression, correlation, and graphical representation of data. Use of SAS and Excel for organization, analyzing, and presenting data.
Course Prerequisites: 
AGRON 181 or equivalent
MATH 140
STAT 104
Required Course Materials: 
Clewer, Alan and Scarisbrick, David. Practical Statistics and Experimental Design for Plant and Crop Science. 1st Ed. February 2001. Wiley, John & Sons, Inc. Paperback ISBN 9780471899099. eTextbook ISBN 978-0471899082.
Departmental Requirements: 
Controlled Enrollment: AGR. Restricted to graduate students enrolled in the MS Agronomy online degree program. All other majors contact the MS Agronomy program office at 515-294-2999 or
Proctor Requirements: 
No requirements

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