Statistics and probability

Categories: Mathematics, Statistics
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Course Content

Analyzing categorical data

  • Analyzing one categorical variable
  • Identifying individuals, variables and categorical variables in a data set
  • Reading pictographs
  • Reading bar graphs
  • Reading bar graphs: Harry Potter
  • Creating a bar graph
  • Reading bar charts: comparing two sets of data
  • Reading bar charts: putting it together with central tendency
  • Reading pie graphs (circle graphs)
  • Two-way relative frequency tables
  • Interpreting two-way tables
  • Categorical data example
  • Analyzing trends in categorical data
  • Two-way tables
  • Two-way frequency tables and Venn diagrams
  • Distributions in two-way tables
  • Marginal and conditional distributions

Displaying and comparing quantitative data

Summarizing quantitative data

Modeling data distributions

Exploring bivariate numerical data

Study design


Counting, permutations, and combinations

Random variables

Sampling distributions

Confidence intervals

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