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Visualisation of statistics.

April 24, 2014

I’ve met people who want to have statistical concepts written out as equations, and who swear that graphs and other visual aids don’t help them. Humans vary. I’m very visual, so I like graphs and other visual aids. Like the LA Natural History museums demo of the normal distribution.

Here are some nice visualizations of statistical ideas that I found in my twitter stream. I only remember that the last – on the p-values, came from Chris Said, because that was yesterday.

What do p-values look like.

Understanding statistical power and significance testing   by Kristoffer Magnusson

Conditional Probability by Victor Powell



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