<!-- background-color: #006DAE --> <!-- class: middle center hide-slide-number --> <div class="shade_black" style="width:60%;right:0;bottom:0;padding:10px;border: dashed 4px white;margin: auto;"> <i class="fas fa-exclamation-circle"></i> These slides are viewed best by Chrome and occasionally need to be refreshed if elements did not load properly. See <a href=/>here for PDF <i class="fas fa-file-pdf"></i></a>. </div> <br> .white[Press the **right arrow** to progress to the next slide!] --- background-image: url(images/bg1.jpg) background-size: cover class: hide-slide-number split-70 title-slide count: false .column.shade_black[.content[ <br> # .monash-blue.outline-text[ETC5510: Introduction to Data Analysis] <h2 class="monash-blue2 outline-text" style="font-size: 30pt!important;">Week 11</h2> <br> <h2 style="font-weight:900!important;">About the Practical Exam and Project</h2> .bottom_abs.width100[ Lecturer: *Stuart Lee & Nicholas Tierney* Department of Econometrics and Business Statistics
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