Statistics, Correlation and Regression in Mathematics
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This online statistics course will first cover the main types of univariate data. Here, you will gain a strong understanding of categorical data and numerical data, which is further categorized into continuous data and discrete data. You will then learn how to display data using bar graphs and stem and leaf graphs. Next, you will study bivariate data and cover topics on dependent and independent data, stemplots and boxplots. You will also be guided through important statistical methods such as calculating the mean, median, and mode.
Next, the statistics course will introduce you to the concept of an interquartile range and teach you how to create boxplots. You will also study important aspects of data distribution, learn how to calculate and interpret seasonal indices, and how to deseasonalise data. Next, you will move on to the subjects of coefficients of determination, scatterplots, and calculating r. The course will wrap up with the topics on regression line, non-linear data, residual analysis, and trends.
This free statistics course is suitable for math students who are looking for a study aid to help them understand statistics a little more clearly. As the lessons also provide effective exam study techniques, they will also be great help for anyone preparing for examinations. So why wait? Check out the Statistics, Correlation, and Regression in Mathematics course today and start bringing your statistics skills to the next level.Start Course Now
On completing of this course you will have a good understanding of univariate data, the types of univariate data and displaying this type of data.
You will know bivariate data such as dependent, independent variables, parallel boxplots, stemplots, graphical display and much more. You will know how to calculate the mean, median and mode when analysing statistics.
You will be able to identify and calculate the interquartile range, standard deviation and boxplots using your calculator. You will know symmetry, calculating a seasonal index, coefficient, regression line, trends and much more.
This course will teach you effective exam techniques and tips to help you prepare successfully for your exam.
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one year ago
A good course to be taken by every statistics and maths lover
2 years ago
very enjoyed to study this course in alison , my heartfelt thanks to alison
2 years ago
learnt a lot on this course as never covered at school or within working life and need for current role