I have on a few occasions mentioned statistical inference on this blog, by which I mean the process through which we make inferential statements about the distribution which gave rise to our data,
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One of the more enjoyable aspects of my first year studying maths at undergraduate level involved learning about countable and uncountable sets, which I briefly mentioned in this post. I had previously seen
Much of the statistics we end up meeting at university involves inference about some parameter of the model, wherein we try and figure out what process generated our data. This might pop up
In many of my posts up to now, when using examples to demonstrate a concept in probability or statistics, I have resorted to things like coin tosses and dice rolls. In the language
Much of what I have already discussed on this blog concerns random variables which have only a handful of possible outcomes, such as the toss of a coin or roll of a dice.