In my previous blog, I intuitively introduced the world of statistics in the simplest language possible. I explained what is statistics, its importance and use cases with examples. We discovered why anecdotal evidence is not a good statistic to base conclusions of the population on. Although the previous blog is not a prerequisite, check it out if you haven’t already. In this blog, I will unravel the research principles, language, and terminologies from the world of statistics. So, without further ado, let’s get started.
Welcome to my first blog on statistics. I’ve been meaning to kick-start my journey in blogging with statistics for some time. Although I have had formal statistics course in my under-graduation few years back, it is now that I’m finally intrigued by this subject. My blog is a gentle and straight-forward introduction to the world of statistics based on a book ‘Statistics in Plain English’ by Timothy C. Urdan that I’m reading. I urge everyone looking for a quick refresher to go grab a copy of this book. So, without further ado, let’s jump right in.
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Hi!! I’m a machine learning engineer at a tech startup in Chennai, India. I absolutely love working with data and wanna leverage AI to solve world crisis!