Statistics explained completely

This Statistics course will cover the important concepts of Statistics syllabus. It containslectures discussing all the basic concepts of Statistics with suitable examples.We will cover topics like Arithmetic Mean, Median, Mode, Range, Bar Graph, Best Point Estimation, Binomial Distribution, Boxplots, Central Limit Theorem, Cluster Sampling, Cohen's kappa coefficient, Continuous Uniform Distribution, Cumulative Frequency, Coefficient of Variation, Correlation Coefficient, Cumulative plots, Cumulative Poisson Distribution, Data Collection, Data Patterns, etc.
The field of statistics provides the scientist with some of the most useful techniques for evaluating ideas, testing theory, and discovering the truth.

Statistics ... the most important science in the whole world: for upon it depends the practical application of every other science and of every art; the one science essential to all political and social administration, all education, all organisation based upon experience, for it only gives the results of our experience.- Florence Nightingale
Statistical Thinking will one day be as necessary for efficient citizenship as the ability to read and write.- H.G. Wells

From medical studies to research experiments, from satellites continuously orbiting the globe to ubiquitous social network sites like Facebook or MySpace, from polling organizations to observers, data are being collected everywhere and all the time. Knowledge in statistics provides you with the necessary tools and conceptual foundations in quantitative reasoning to extract information intelligently from this sea of data.
Who needs statistics in this century? Anyone who wants to be able to look critically at numerical information and not be misled. Anyone who has problems to solve, problems they won't be able to solve until they find out a little more about the world and how it operates. Such problems include finding ways to make a business more profitable right through to improving living standards and fighting cancer. Investigative questioning, designing ways to collect data to answer those questions, collecting data, and making sense of what that data says to produce reliable answers.
So, Get ready now to begin the statistics course and improve your statistics knowledge!
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