Inferential Statistics: Making Data-Driven Decisions

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Inferential Statistics: Making Data-Driven Decisions

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Master how to use samples to gain a statistically significant understanding of a population, construct & interpret confidence intervals, and more!

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10/10 stars
4 weeks ago
Loved this course and how it helps to understand correlation and causation, rejection, failure to reject and acceptance. Significance and p-values are key topics to understand and this course makes it easy and interesting. A true eye-opener for me!
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1 year, 5 months ago
Good course sections. It takes time to wrap the head around some of the language, like "fail to reject H0". But as I was progressing through each section, I was finding myself answering, correctly, questions almost without thinking. It just came naturally. So whatever you are doing, works.
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9/10 stars
2 years ago
Very good explanation! Finally a deep understanding behind p-values and significance levels. Would have liked at least 1 example on a clinical trial setting.
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