Two Way ANOVA in R

Introduction The more advanced methods in statistics have generally been developed to answer real-world questions, and ANOVA is no different. How do we answer questions in the real world, as to which route from home to work on your daily commute is easier, or How would you know which air-conditioner to choose out of a […]

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Animated: Mean and Sample Size

A quick experiment in R can unveil the impact of sample size on the estimates we make from data. A small number of samples provides us less information about the process or system from which we’re collecting data, while a large number can help ground our findings in near certainty. See the earlier post on […]

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Data Science: Beyond the Hype

While there is justifiable excitement in the technology industry (and other industries) these days on the widespread availability of data, and the availability of algorithms to process and make sense of this data, I sincerely think (like many others) that the hype behind Big Data is somewhat unfounded. For many decades, “small data” have been […]

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