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Looking for the best study guides, study notes and summaries about statistics? On this page you'll find 9874 study documents about statistics. Among the results are textbooks notes for 'Statistics: Pearson International Edition' and Statistics for Management and Economics

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PYC3704 – Psychological Research 2021 - Semester 1 and Semester 2 - Assignment 2 Question 1: Why do we calculate a test statistic? 1. To determine whether or not we can accept that the null hypothesis is true. 2. To determine how far the observed measurements deviate from what we may expect by chance. 3. To get a measurement by which we can calculate the level of significance. 4. To determine whether or not we can reject the alternative hypothesis. Question 2: A researcher wants t...

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PYC3704 – Psychological Research 2021 - Semester 1 and Semester 2 - Assignment 2 Question 1: Why do we calculate a test statistic? 1. To determine whether or not we can accept that the null hypothesis is true. 2. To determine how far the observed measurements deviate from what we may expect by chance. 3. To get a measurement by which we can calculate the level of significance. 4. To determine whether or not we can reject the alternative hypothesis. Question 2: A researcher wants t...

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Summary of the whole course Multivariate Statistics (1ZM31). Written in the year 2021-2022, provides an overview of all the book chapters, lectures and even the tutorials. Comprehensive review to aid your learning

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Summary of the whole course Multivariate Statistics (1ZM31). Written in the year 2021-2022, provides an overview of all the book chapters, lectures and even the tutorials. Comprehensive review to aid your learning

Summary of all the lectures from the course Descriptive and Inferential Statistics.

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Summary of all the lectures from the course Descriptive and Inferential Statistics.

Summary of lecture notes and some additional information from the book. Organized by week which is dedicated to a topic (7 total)

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Summary of lecture notes and some additional information from the book. Organized by week which is dedicated to a topic (7 total)

Includes all relevant chapters for the course Principles of Econometrics, including some key Stata tips from the book "Using Stata for Principles of Econometrics". Book: Principles of Econometrics.

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Includes all relevant chapters for the course Principles of Econometrics, including some key Stata tips from the book "Using Stata for Principles of Econometrics". Book: Principles of Econometrics.

VERY extensive summary of the whole book in English. A list of common symbols in Statistics is added at the end of this summary Grade received:9.0

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VERY extensive summary of the whole book in English. A list of common symbols in Statistics is added at the end of this summary Grade received:9.0

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Summary Business Statistics

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Summary Business Statistics

This summary helped me get a 9 for my statistics exam. It is a summary of all the lecture notes and important information from the chapters of the Andy Field- Discovering Statistics book. It includes lots of pictures as well, to help you understand the concepts.

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This summary helped me get a 9 for my statistics exam. It is a summary of all the lecture notes and important information from the chapters of the Andy Field- Discovering Statistics book. It includes lots of pictures as well, to help you understand the concepts.

Detailed yet concise English summary for the course 1.3C Statistics I: An Introduction. Lectures, Chapters 1-7 from Moore, McCabe & Craig, and Passer are covered, including visuals and formulas.

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Detailed yet concise English summary for the course 1.3C Statistics I: An Introduction. Lectures, Chapters 1-7 from Moore, McCabe & Craig, and Passer are covered, including visuals and formulas.

STATISTICS MISC Statistics Milestone One 6/26/2020 Sophia :: Welcome UNIT 1 — MILESTONE 1 Score 24/29 You passed this Milestone 24 questions were answered correctly. 3 questions were answered incorrectly. 2 questions were skipped. These were marked incorrect. 1 A trainer is studying the effects of vitamin D on his athletes. He has realized that there are many potential confounding factors, such as gender and age. To limit the effect of these confounding variables, he decided to firs...

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STATISTICS MISC Statistics Milestone One 6/26/2020 Sophia :: Welcome UNIT 1 — MILESTONE 1 Score 24/29 You passed this Milestone 24 questions were answered correctly. 3 questions were answered incorrectly. 2 questions were skipped. These were marked incorrect. 1 A trainer is studying the effects of vitamin D on his athletes. He has realized that there are many potential confounding factors, such as gender and age. To limit the effect of these confounding variables, he decided to firs...

Joe is measuring the widths of doors he bought to install in an apartment complex. He measured 72 doors and found a mean width of 36.1 inches with a standard deviation of 0.3 inches. To test if the doors differ significantly from the standard industry width of 36 inches, he computes a z-statistic. What is the value of Joe's z-test statistic? 2.83 -1.81 -2.83 1.81 RATIONALE 6/29/2020 Sophia :: Welcome If we first note the denominator of Then, getting the z-score we can note it is T...

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Joe is measuring the widths of doors he bought to install in an apartment complex. He measured 72 doors and found a mean width of 36.1 inches with a standard deviation of 0.3 inches. To test if the doors differ significantly from the standard industry width of 36 inches, he computes a z-statistic. What is the value of Joe's z-test statistic? 2.83 -1.81 -2.83 1.81 RATIONALE 6/29/2020 Sophia :: Welcome If we first note the denominator of Then, getting the z-score we can note it is T...