# Statistics

The Nuts and Bolts: Great descriptions and use of graphics that explain graphs. Share with your students!

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If all else fails, use "significant at a p>0.05 level" and hope no one notices. // This concept totally went over my head in my research stats class.

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GOALS One of my goals is to take stat by next fall and be done with all my math requirements.

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To make this experience as pleasant as possible for the math-phobic, I drew you a picture. I’d like to introduce the world’s first Mathographic. Ok, it’s probably not the world’s first, and it’s really just an infographic, but give a guy credit for trying to keep you entertained

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A statistical model consists of some assumptions that are observed after insights are produced from big data. The insights are then used to form a model so that you can categorize them according to their diversity. This infographic describes exactly which statistical model you should choose so that it meets your need.

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