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Cornell University 2009 - Mathematics
" A: I specialize in calculus and up, as well as statistics. The most common subjects I help with are: calculus,..."
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University of Nigeria 2012 - Biochemistry
"...from the University of Lagos where I fell in love with statistics and helped my colleagues also in solving various..."
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David R. Brockport, NY Statistics tutor
State University of New York at Brockport 2009 - Mathematics
" SUNY Brockport for 2 years. I assisted students in any Mathematics subject put in front of me. I taught college..."
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Alyssa N. Provo, UT Statistics tutor
Brigham Young University 2014 - Statistics
"I taught intro Statistics lab classes at Brigham Young University for 2 years and am now teaching and Brigham Young..."
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BITS Pilani, Rajasthan 2012 - Accounting & Civil Engineering
"I have completed my graduation from BITS Pilani. I am an assistant teacher in civil engineering department. I have past 3..."
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Jeffrey D. Logan, UT Statistics tutor
Utah State University 2015 - Computer Engineering
" senior year of high school. I tutored students taking Math1010. I was a tutor in subjects relating to computer..."
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Sammit J. Statistics tutor
BITS Pilani 2018 - Computer Science, Mathematics, Electrica...
"Majoring in Math and Electronics, I've always tried to understand the concepts as well as their application. This has helped..."
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Andra University 2012 - Statistics
"I did my masters in Statistics and am proficient enough in SAS software. After my post graduation, I started my career in..."
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Abilene Christian University 2014 - Physics
"I have enjoyed tutoring math and science for as long as I can remember. From helping my younger siblings with their homework,..."
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University of the Pacific 2009 - Applied Mathematics
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“What is Statistics?” in our tutors’ words:

  • Statistics is the study of the collection and interpretation of data. This includes the planning of data collection, organization, analysis and presentation of data. Statistics is an important part of research as it is what researchers use to make sense of their data and draw meaningful conclusions.

    Answered by Sonia K.

  • Statistics is the study of summarizing large data sets by picking out a few key points about the sets and then using these key points to answer important questions about the data sets. While these points don't fully capture the entirety of the information these sets can provide us, they allow us to break down the data sets into a few important pieces of information, which then allows us to make sense of these data sets.This is very important as from these few key points we are able to then predict what might happen next, see if our hypothesis is correct or gain insight into areas that previously were confusing to us. Statistics allows us to build a framework from which we can identify which key points are important and how to then use these key points in order to solve the questions we have. A more computer science approach to the subject is it is very difficult to find a signal in a lot of noise, Statistics tries to cut away all the noise to reveal to a person the true underlying signal. (Note this is a very Top-Down Summery of Statistics, I feel that sometimes knowing the end goal can help with the path)

    Answered by Rahul K.