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Statistics is fun!
Statistics is fun!
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Adam Leo
The smart thing to do once wealthy: Keeping a low profile.

Time and money.

Rates and percentages.

Proportions and rational equations.

Linear and quadratic equations.

Estimation.

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Adam Leo
The smart thing to do once wealthy: Keeping a low profile.

The purpose of descriptive statistics is to present a mass of data in a more understandable form. We may summarize the data in numbers as

(a) some form of average, or in some cases a proportion,

b) some measure of... (More)

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Jack Ezra
My moral in life is simple, you treat me good and I'll definitely treat you better.

In R programming, the boxplot function from the ggplot2 package also returns the summary, you just have to assign it to a variable:

res <- boxplot(Sepal.Length ~ Species, data=iris)

Within the res variable there exists an element stats:

> res$stats... (More)

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Jack Ezra
My moral in life is simple, you treat me good and I'll definitely treat you better.

Preparing the data: The statistics concepts are needed for data preparation of tests that can be utilized in machine learning models.
- Evaluating the Models: Statistics techniques are required to evaluate the skills of machine learning samples on the data,... (More)