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DataCamp Introduction to Data

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Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel
Nick Carchedi
Tom Jeon

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“Scientists seek to answer questions using rigorous methods and careful observations. These observations – collected from the likes of field notes, surveys, and experiments – form the backbone of a statistical investigation and are called data. Statistics is the study of how best to collect, analyze, and draw conclusions from data. It is helpful to put statistics in the context of a general process of investigation:

  1. Identify a question or problem
  2. Connect relevant data on the topic
  3. Analyze the data
  4. Form a conclusion.

In this course, you’ll focus on the first two steps of the process.”

This course consists of four chapters:

  1. Language of data
  2. Study types and cautionary tales
  3. Sampling strategies and experimental design
  4. Case study

Recommended Prerequisites: none specified

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