## 12 Oct Statistics – A Full University Course on Data Science Basics

Learn the essentials of statistics in this complete course. This course introduces the various methods used to collect, organize, summarize, interpret and reach conclusions about data. An emphasis is placed on demonstrating that statistics is more than mathematical calculations. By using examples gathered from real life, students learn to use statistical methods as analytical tools to develop generalizations and meaningful conclusions in their field of study.

🎥 Course by Monika Wahi.

🔗 These lectures are based on the textbook Understanding Basic Statistics, 6th Edition, by Brase & Brase, available here: https://www.amazon.com/Understanding-Basic-Statistics-Charles-Henry/dp/1111827028

🔗 Monika Wahi’s LinkedIn Learning courses are here: https://www.linkedin.com/learning/instructors/monika-wahi?u=2125562

🔗 Visit Monika Wahi’s web page here: http://www.dethwench.com/

🔗 Monika Wahi’s peer-reviewed articles listed here: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=v3BDf1oAAAAJ&hl=en

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️

⌨️ (0:00:00) What is statistics

⌨️ (0:33:34) Sampling

⌨️ (1:21:20) Experimental design

⌨️ (2:00:32) Randomization

⌨️ (2:16:25) Frequency histogram and distribution

⌨️ (2:35:58) Time series, bar and pie graphs

⌨️ (3:10:10) Frequency table and stem-and-leaf

⌨️ (3:39:41) Measures of central tendency

⌨️ (4:11:56) Measure of variation

⌨️ (4:58:35) Percentile and box-and-whisker plots

⌨️ (5:24:58) Scatter diagrams and linear correlation

⌨️ (6:39:54) Normal distribution and empirical rule

⌨️ (7:05:39) Z-score and probabilities

⌨️ (7:45:11) Sampling distributions and the central limit theorem

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## Monika Wahi

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberHello, everyone! I hope you enjoy my statistics lectures! I also teach people how to analyze data using R software, so if you are interested in that, check out my LinkedIn Learning courses, or drop me an e-mail. Happy learning!

## Hesse Barfi

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThank you!

## Aleksius Butilkinas

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThank you for your lecture. This is a great indroduction/revisions to statistics.

## Rohit Gaur Angira

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberYou must be english caption include in all tutorial plzz

## Bits bytes

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThank you for your Great work❤️

## Code Bala

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberAwesome explanation , thanks

## Soad

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberDoes anybody have personal notes on Statistics? Would you mind sharing those?

## Hamid Omar

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberNot a full uni course for sure. But good for beginners!

## kuldeep meena

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberSir Stochastic Models and Applications vs random processes subject which is the best elective .how to choose any one

## Hannu Koistinen

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberWhere is your actual testing? And results? If you don't understand what statistical analyses is, don't publish these videos.

## Abbas-M60

Posted at 22:22h, 12 Octoberplease translate this video

## Afifah Berry

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThank you for this! Watched it at 1.5x speed to revise for my semester exam. This was super helpful :))

## Zeeshan Akbar

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberHey @freecodecamp

Make some tutorials regarding following topics, it might be helpful for everyone.

1. Business Analytics

2. Finance

3. Accounting

4. Microeconomics

5. Macroeconomics and

6. Marketing

Thanks

## Daniele

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThank You for the great job provided!

## Can I get 400 subscribers with only one video plz

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberMe: tried to learn statistics

Me: understanding CDC Us

## DEV PRAKASH SAHOO

Posted at 22:22h, 12 October⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️

⌨️ (0:00:00) What is statistics

⌨️ (0:33:34) Sampling

⌨️ (1:21:20) Experimental design

⌨️ (2:00:32) Randomization

⌨️ (2:16:25) Frequency histogram and distribution

⌨️ (2:35:58) Time series, bar and pie graphs

⌨️ (3:10:10) Frequency table and stem-and-leaf

⌨️ (3:39:41) Measures of central tendency

⌨️ (4:11:56) Measure of variation

⌨️ (4:58:35) Percentile and box-and-whisker plots

⌨️ (5:24:58) Scatter diagrams and linear correlation

⌨️ (6:39:54) Normal distribution and empirical rule

⌨️ (7:05:39) Z-score and probabilities

⌨️ (7:45:11) Sampling distributions and the central limit theorem

## J.A. Wehner

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberQuestion: To avoid over or under coverage in a Stratified Sampling survey can you use proportional sampling? For example, if the population is 40% Urban, 30% Suburban, and 10% rural, instead of taking the same number of samples from each strata, can you take 40% of your samples from the Urban strata, 30% of your samples from the Suburban strata, and 10% of your samples from the rural strata?

## SEVGI LOVE

Posted at 22:22h, 12 Octoberquestion ; if someone has statistics bachelor degree but never worked on the major , is it easy to start the career after 8 years of graduation ?

## Satadhi Halder

Posted at 22:22h, 12 October1:58:28 well this escalated quickly.

## Jojames Bernaldez

Posted at 22:22h, 12 October51:31 dont mind this

## CS PREPARATION

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberNice work

## Manju

Posted at 22:22h, 12 Octoberwish we had a vaccine for covid 🙁

## Avinash Dwivedi

Posted at 22:22h, 12 Octoberthis is basics of basics

## Abhi

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberCan we get probability classes in similar fashion?

## Yash Mathur

Posted at 22:22h, 12 October17:50

## Fatima Hussain

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThe frequency histogram you are talking about at 2:20:33 is actually a bar graph not histogram 😰

## Veasna Khloc

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThank you for amazing video training!🙂🙂🙂

## 曼Carlos

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberWhy it skips all the other chapters? It was chapter 1, 2, 3, 4 and then suddenly 7.

## Vivian Hart

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThank you so much for sharing this video.

## abhranta panigrahi

Posted at 22:22h, 12 Octoberits a robot speaking

## Aseel Basalem

Posted at 22:22h, 12 October@Monika Wahi Hi ma'am. Could you please share the lecture slides? Thank you!

## ad soyad

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberEven if I recpect about your this beutiful and important job, I should say that it is not as better as university statistics. There is so less mathemathical example and origin in video. If you record a second stat video in future, I recommend that you can show us more mathemathical origins and applications of statistics

## KoRNeRd

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThis was terrible.

## Gauka J

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThis is awesome

## nimi butt

Posted at 22:22h, 12 Octobercan u help me

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## arvind kandari

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberWhat book would you recommend to supplement with this video?

## Thorn Plato

Posted at 22:22h, 12 October25:00

## Kyle Chapman

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberThe histogram's are a little misleading as histogram bars should have no spaces in between them.

## europhia 6

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberMom says one vedio before sleeping

Me: watching this video

## Mercantilism

Posted at 22:22h, 12 OctoberI read a half of “naked statistics” and thought the author was skipping many statistic terms , and here i am

## Just Viewer

Posted at 22:22h, 12 October26:23