Lecture 15: Statistical Thinking
recorded by: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT
published: Oct. 29, 2012, recorded: March 2011, views: 3141
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This lecture presents ways of ascertaining how dependable information extracted from samples is likely to be. It covers standard deviation, coefficient of variation, and standard error. It also shows how to use pylab to produce histograms.
Topics covered: Variance, standard deviation, standard error.
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