# Statistics and probability

Learn statistics and probability—everything you'd want to know about descriptive and inferential statistics.

From Khan Academy 32 English Mathematics Data Science

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This unit covers methods for dealing with data that falls into categories. Learn how to use bar graphs, Venn diagrams, and two-way tables to see patterns and relationships in...

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This unit covers some basic methods for graphing distributions of quantitative data like dot plots, histograms, and stem and leaf plots. We'll also explore how to use those...

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This unit covers common measures of center like mean and median. We'll also learn to measure spread or variability with standard deviation and interquartile range, and use these...

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This unit takes our understanding of distributions to the next level. We'll measure the position of data within a distribution using percentiles and z-scores, we'll learn what...

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We use scatter plots to explore the relationship between two quantitative variables, and we use regression to model the relationship and make predictions. This unit explores...

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Statistics is all about forming questions and gathering data to explore those questions. This unit covers sampling and survey methods, observational studies, and basic experiment...

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Probability tells us how often some event will happen after many repeated trials. This topic covers theoretical, experimental, compound probability, permutations, combinations,...

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This unit covers methods for counting how many possible outcomes there are in various situations. We'll learn about factorial, permutations, and combinations. We'll also look at...

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Random variables can be any outcomes from some chance process, like how many heads will occur in a series of 20 flips. We calculate probabilities of random variables and calculate...

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A sampling distribution shows every possible result a statistic can take in every possible sample from a population and how often each result happens. This topic covers how sample...

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Confidence intervals give us a range of plausible values for some unknown value based on results from a sample. This topic covers confidence intervals for means and...

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Significance tests give us a formal process for using sample data to evaluate the likelihood of some claim about a population value. We calculate p-values to see how likely a...

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Learn how to apply what you know about confidence intervals and significance tests to situations that involve comparing two samples to see if there is a significant difference...

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Chi-square tests are a family of significance tests that give us ways to test hypotheses about distributions of categorical data. This topic covers goodness-of-fit tests to see if...

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Advanced regression will introduce you to regression methods when data has a nonlinear pattern.This course contains 2 segments:Inference about slopeWe'll make confidence...