Difference between revisions of "Statistics"
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* measures of central tendency: [[wikipedia:meanmean]], [[wikipedia:medianmedian]], [[wikipedia:modemode]]  * measures of central tendency: [[wikipedia:meanmean]], [[wikipedia:medianmedian]], [[wikipedia:modemode]]  
* normal distributions: [[wikipedia:normal distributionnormal distribution]], [[wikipedia:standard deviationstandard deviation]], [[wikipedia:variancevariance]], [[wikipedia:standard error of the meanstandard error of the mean]] from the Wikipedia  * normal distributions: [[wikipedia:normal distributionnormal distribution]], [[wikipedia:standard deviationstandard deviation]], [[wikipedia:variancevariance]], [[wikipedia:standard error of the meanstandard error of the mean]] from the Wikipedia  
−  * significance tests: [[wikipedia:Statistical significancesignificance]], [[wikipedia:confidence intervalconfidence interval]], [[wikipedia:Student's ttestt test]], [[wikipedia:ANOVAANOVA]], [[wikipedia:Margin_of_errormargin of error]]  +  * significance tests: [[wikipedia:Statistical significancesignificance]], [[wikipedia:confidence intervalconfidence interval]], [[wikipedia:Student's ttestt test]], [[wikipedia:ANOVAANOVA]], [[wikipedia:Margin_of_errormargin of error]], [http://blogs.salon.com/0001561/stories/2003/12/31/pollsAndMarginOfErrorALittleExplainer.html Polls and margin of error] 
* add a link here  * add a link here  
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