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Statistical Theory

Principles of Statistics

You may balk at the idea of a statistical analysis, given its bad reputation for being over complex. In this course, you’ll discover how quickly you can master this methodology with the application of some simple principles.

Beginner        10 Lessons        120 Minutes        CPD Credits

About This Course

Statistics is the process of collecting, analyzing and interpreting data, underpinning most data analytics. In this course, you’ll explore how simple its application can be with this step-by-step guide.

Across 10 lessons, you’ll learn how to calculate averages, deviations, percentiles, correlations and distributions to analyze your data.

By the end of this course, you’ll discover just how applicable statistical analysis is, and how to apply it when you need to.


Learning Outcomes

  • Calculate the mean, median, and mode of a dataset
  • Calculate the variance and standard deviation
  • Analyze data with percentiles and quartiles
  • Distinguish between discrete and continuous data
  • Calculate the correlation coefficient
  • Calculate Z-Scores
  • Distinguish between populations and samples


1. Introduction to Statistics
2. Averages - Mean, Median, and Mode
3. Variance and Standard Deviation
4. Percentiles and Quartiles
5. Data Bins
6. Discrete and Continuous Data

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7. Correlation
8. Data Distributions
9. Z-Scores
10. Populations and Samples
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