We introduce the key and basic concepts for developing statistical thinking which is one of the fundamental skills to analyze data, to derive knowledge from data, and to make predictions and decisions. The course will cover the following key concepts and methods of descriptive statistics and inferential statistics: data collection, sampling design, summarizing and visualizing data, linear regression, basic probability and random variables, parameter estimations, and hypothesis testing. Furthermore, students develop conceptual knowledge on defining the problem, designing observational studies and experiments, and formulating research questions.

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Fall 22


Applied Mathematics


Son Van



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