# Probability & Statistics

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### The Probability of Coming Into Existence, As You, Is Extremely Small

5 years ago

This is a very interesting look at the odds of you existing, as you, in this world. In fact, it is virtually zero based on the probability of a series of events that must occur for you to exist.

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### Meaning and Definition of Statistics

9 months ago

Knowing a little about statistics will help one to make more informed decisions about lives important questions. Furthermore, statistics are often used by politicians, advertisers, and others to twist the truth for their own gain. Here you will learn what is statics.

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### "Statistical Significance" Explained

7 months ago

What does it mean to "test for significance"? In this essay I explain the meaning of "statistical significance" for those that need help in statistics and probability.

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### Quantitative Data

21 months ago

What is quantitative data? How is quantitative data used, and how is it different from qualitative data?

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### How to calculate simple statistics

10 years ago

In statistics, the most important calculations are the mean, mode, median, variance, and standard deviation (std dev)  In this hub, I will cover the following: sample size population mean mode median variance standard deviation ...

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### Qualitative Data

21 months ago

What is qualitative data? How is qualitative data used and how is it analyzed? How is qualitative data validated?

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2 years ago

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### Statistics and Probability: Cumulative Distribution Function

11 months ago

Definitions, resources, references, and examples that include three different software packages.

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### Common Graphs in Statistics

13 months ago

Statistics is ruled by collecting data samples and putting them in graphs to make the data easier to read. There are numerous ways data can be organized into a graph, depending on the variables used in the experiment or those collected during a...

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### Calculating Probabilities for Normal and Non-Normal Distributions

17 months ago

We show different ways to calculate probabilities. The first example illustrates a case where the data sample is normal and the second example for a case where the sample distribution is not normal. It is used three tools: Excel, Minitab, Universal Probability Calculator

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