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Course Designs
Mathematics
Modern Statistics with
Computer Analysis
Developed by
Bob Tardiff
Modern Statistics with Computer
Analysis is an introduction to using widely accepted
statistical techniques to extract meaningful information
from data. There are three major concepts that students
must understand in order to extract meaningful
information from data. First, students need to develop
the ability to recognize how and why the data were
gathered. Students learn how to summarize or describe
the data accurately using standard techniques. Finally,
if the method used to acquire the data meets certain
standards, then students learn how a statistical
inference can be made and how to measure the reliability
of the method used to make that inference.
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