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Statistics is the study of numbers in their conceptual form, it is used in order to conceptualise the meaning away from numbers. Statistics is an applied branch of Mathematics.

A knowledge of statistics is like a knowledge of foreign languages or of algebra; it may prove of use at any time under any circumstances. - A. L. Bowley

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ANOVA
  Data
  Mean

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Statistics rap[edit | edit source]

These (selected) student-made "statistics rap" videos can be used as fun introductions/reviews of concepts commonly taught in undergraduate statistics courses:

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