# Model thinking syllabus

www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R1Page.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R1Epstein.pdf

www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R2Schelling.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R2Granovetter.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R2StandingOvation.MillerPage.pdf
Sampling Distribution Suppose that we draw all possible samples of size from a given population.
To understand binomial distributions and binomial probability, it helps to understand binomial experiments and some associated notation; so we cover those topics first. Binomial Distribution
The often-used Six Sigma symbol

## Six Sigma

www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R3CAs.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R3CA2.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R3Preferences.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R4MCRI.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R4Spatial.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R4Decision.pdf
Behavioral Economics How Behavioral Economics Differs from Traditional Economics
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R5CategoricalModels.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R5Linearmodels.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R7Tips.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R7Diffusion.pdf
Tipping Points
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R8growth.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R9ProblemSolving.pdf
www.cscs.umich.edu/~spage/ONLINECOURSE/R10Markov.pdf