Think you're good at guessing stats? Guess again. Whether we consider ourselves math people or not, our ability to understand and work with numbers is terribly limited, says data visualization expert Alan Smith. In this delightful talk, Smith explores the mismatch between what we know and what we think we know.
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Why you should love statistics | Alan Smith Video Statistics
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why do we need to know the percentage of households with mortgage? is that really matter?
Please try to give subtitles
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Statistics is not a branch of mathematics as wikipedia and this guy say. Statistics is a science on its own, which makes use of mathematical tools to get its points across, just like physics does. Now, probability theory is a branch of math because it has been structured in such a way it is an axiomatic tree.
hate math love statistics
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Saudi figures may be somewhat skewed by how a high proportion of the residents are "guest workers" who aren't counted as really being there. "Officially".
As soon as the fear approaches near, attack and destroy it.
Proud being a Korean:)
I did not think it was possible for statistics to be more boring. I was wrong.
Great talk, thanks.
Chuck Norris is a seperate brach of the service, with its own academy and fight song, the theme from "Walker, Texas Ranger".
Maybe the problem is the teaching methods you morons...
Why you should love statistics | Alan Smith Wiki
Why may refer to: Causality, a consequential relationship between two events Reason (argument), a premise in support of an argument, for what reason or purpose Why?, one of the Five Ws used in journalism.