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Descriptive statistics Data analysis Statistics Covariance and correlation Summary statistics Frequency distribution Psychometrics Quantitative marketing research Standard deviation Confidence interval Median Correlation and dependence
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1 Key Statistical concepts - Statistical inference problems involve 3 key concepts: o Population: The group of all items of interest to a statistics practitioner The entire set of observations under study Not necessarily a group of people (i.e. measurements of distance) Parameter: descriptive measure of a population (represents needed infor...
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