 ## Scope of Statistics with Examples

Nowadays the scope of statistics is very wide. It has been described as ‘key technology’ by R. A. Fisher…

## Measure Of Central Tendency In Statistics

Here we will study different Measures of Central Tendency. The Measure of central tendency…

## Arithmetic Mean with formula and Examples

Here we will learn all the Arithmetic Mean Formula With Example. Arithmetic mean is defined…

## Geometric Mean with Formula and Examples

Here we will learn all the Geometric Mean Formula With Example. The Geometric Mean is nth root…

## Harmonic Mean with Formula And Example

Today we will learn Harmonic Mean Formula With Example. It is the total number of items of a value divided…

## Median Calculation in Statistics

Before discussing about the Median Calculation formula, let us first try to understand what ‘Median’…

## Mode Math In Statistics with Examples

Here we will learn mode math using mode formula. It is the value which occurs with the maximum frequency…

## Limitation of Mean Median Mode

Here we will get to know about the advantages and disadvantages of mean median mode. Consider…

## Measures Of Dispersion in Statistics

In the previous articles we studied, the tendency of data to cluster around a figure which is in the central…

## Standard Deviation with Formula and Example

Standard deviation is the root of sum of the squares of deviations divided by their numbers. It is also called…

## Range the Absolute Measure of Dispersion

Range is the simplest method of studying variation. It represents the differences between the values…

## Quartile Deviation The Absolute Measure

Quartile Deviation divides the total frequency in to four equal parts. The lower quartiles Q1 refers…

## Mean Deviation The Absolute Measure

In the case of continuous series ‘X’ represents the mid-value of the class interval. Similarly, we can have…

## Correlation – Definition, Types, Methods

Correlation is a statistical tool used to study the relationship between two or more variables. Two variables are…

## Scatter Diagram Method (Correlation)

Scatter Diagram Method is the simplest method of studying the correlation between two variables…

## Karl Pearson’s Coefficient Method (Correlation)

Karl Pearson’s method of Coefficient of correlation is also known as Pearsonian coefficient or correlation…

## Interquartile Range and Semi-interquartile Range

Interquartile range (IQR) is a measure of spread, based on quartiles, that still maintains the idea of range… 0

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