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Statistics Lectures - 1 (Descriptive vs. Inferential Statistics)


A series of free Statistics Lectures in videos.

These lectures introduce descriptive and inferential statistics and discuss sampling methods.

Descriptive statistics summarizes a sample, giving us some ideas about the mean and spread of the data, etc. Inferential statistics use a sample or samples to describe what the population is like; in other words, infering the characteristics of the population from the sample/s.

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This is the first page of the series of free video lessons, "Statistics Lectures".

Statistics - Lecture 1

The Basics: Descriptive and Inferential Statistics

Statistics - Lecture 2

Sampling Methods

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