UCCS mathematics video archive has
archived videos from a range of courses in mathematics. Several subjects called Mathematical Statistics I and Mathematical Statistics II are available. The main site requires a free registration to access.
Slightly more accessible are the videos for a subset of the courses on the UCCS MathOnline YouTube page. Two instances of this are as follows.
The lecture style often involves Dr. Morrow working through problems on the whiteboard.
Taught by Dr. Greg Morrow, Math 483 from UCCS. Methods and results of
linear algebra are developed to formulate and study a fundamental and
widely applied area of statistics. Topics include generalized
inverses, multivariate normal distribution and the general linear
model. Applications focus on model building, design models, and
computing methods. The Statistical Analysis System (software) is
introduced as a tool for doing computations.
Course info: Seems to
use Introduction to Linear Regression by Montgomery, Peck, and Vining.
Greg Morrow's Math 481 course from Math Online at the University of
Colorado in Colorado Springs
Course Description: Exponential, Beta, Gamma, Student, Fisher and Chi-square
distributions are covered in this course, along with joint and conditional
distributions, moment generating techniques, transformations of random
variables and vectors.
- Course info
- Syllabus from one year
- Mathematical Statistics and Data Analysis, 3rd ed., by John A. Rice.