In a previous post, Frequency Distribution tables were briefly discussed. In this post, I’m going to quickly show how to…

In a previous post about Frequency Distribution tables, a lot of pre-work was done to setup a set of frequency…

A frequency distribution table is much like a spreadsheet. This is where we have One Way Data being represented in…

For this post I’m going to cite several different explanations, as Bayes Theorem always trips me up. The idea behind…

Combinations are sets of objects that are unordered. Permutations were concerned with order. In a permutation the values 1234, 2341,…

A permutation is a calculation of how many ways a set can be represented. This is a simple factorial of…

Taken from the Udemy course Probability & Statistics for Business and Data Science. Consider the following question: “A company made…

To get an idea of the shape of data, we can’t use Mean, Median or Mode. Instead the Measurements of…

When we want to know averages and middle aspects of our data, we use measures of central tendency. Measures of…

x! x! refers to a factorial of x. Meaning, that if x = 5, then x! = 5*4*3*2*1 = 120.…