Statistics Explained Easy 3 - Hypothesis testing and CI's
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Statistics Explained Easy 3 - Hypothesis testing and CI's

Hypothesis stesting and Confidence Intervals
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Last updated 7/2017
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Includes:
• 2.5 hours on-demand video
• 1 Article
• 2 Supplemental Resources
• 1 Practice Test
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
• Hypothesis testing
• know when something is scientifically proven and what it means
• create Confidence Intervals (to be 95% sure that something falls in between two boundaries)
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Requirements
• Know what is a normal distribution (check my course about the normal distribution)
Description

Welcome to my course in Statistics!

After finishing this course you will master the next subjects:

• Full range of Hypothesis testing.
• Explanation of Alpha and p-value
• Comparing average
• 1 sample (Z-test and t-test)
• 2 sample (t-test)
• Comparing standard deviations
• 1 sample (Chi-Square test)
• 2 sample (F-test)
• Confidence Intervals for the above tests
• Heaps of exercises (some still to come, please motivate me by requesting exercises for some topics ;)

Still to come: Power calculations by hand. Which comes in really handy. Power is the probability that you will find a significant result (before gathering your data).

Terminology will be as easy as possible. I'm a teacher and my maingoal is to make statistics easy :).

Exercises are included (they are in the videos, in the beginning you see the exercises, then you have to stop the video, make them, and then see the answers with explanation).

Please if you want to have specific questions ask them to me! I will be more motivated to make videos answering your questions than just randomly ;) Also if you already want some SPSS explanation… I want to make all my video’s and it doesn’t matter for me in which order ;)

Last but not least, Wish you guys good luck and fun while going through my course :)

See you inside :)

Who is the target audience?
• students who want to pass their Statistics Exams
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Curriculum For This Course
28 Lectures
02:39:42
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Introduction in hypothesis testing
2 Lectures 09:59
Preview 08:14

A little note before we start
01:45
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Z-distribution (sigma population is known)
15 Lectures 01:14:24
Preview 09:05

Preview 04:51

Preview 04:54

Question 11.5.1a Explanation
05:23

Question 11.5.1bc Explanation
03:55

Question 11.5.1d Explanation
05:08

Question 11.5.2a.1 Hypothesis testing Explanation
05:36

Confidence Interval Z-Distribution
08:11

Question 11.5.2a.2 P-value Explanation
01:42

Question 11.5.2a.3 Confidence Interval Explanation
03:22

Question 11.5.2b Explanation
04:43

Question 11.5.2c Explanation
04:15

Question 11.5.2de Explanation
01:36

Question 11.5.3ab Explanation
07:45

Question 11.5.3c Explanation
03:58
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One Sample T-test (Comparing a Mean to a number)
7 Lectures 46:49
One sample t-test
10:50

Confidence Interval T-Distribution
07:57

Question 11.9.3.1a Explanation
04:53

Question 11.9.3.1bc Explanation
04:57

Question 11.9.3.2a Explanation
05:32

Question 11.9.3.2bc Explanation
05:42

Question 11.9.3.3 Explanation
06:58
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Chi-Square Test. testing the standard deviation
2 Lectures 12:22
Standard Deviation Test, Chi Square
06:31

Confidence Interval for the Standard Deviation
05:51
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F-Test Comparing two standard deviations
2 Lectures 16:17
F-Test Comparing two standard deviations
08:52

F-Tables
07:25
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Final Test
0 Lectures 00:00

Everything done? Please make the final test. Afterwards you see if you passed or still need to study a bit. The test also tells you which sections to study more, so really handy :)

Final Test
13 questions
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Education Specialist

Fun, interesting, social.

That's the reason I teach.

While studying my master degree (at Tilburg University), I was already teaching other students. Not only individuals but I was also giving tutorships to small classes.

After my study I went backpacking in Australia and afterwards I started a traineeship at one of the biggest Insurance companies (Achmea). Next to that work I was always teaching just because I love it. In the evening hours I went to the teaching academy to learn more and more about teaching and afterwards I decided to startup my own business specialized in Math and Statistics.

Now after years of experience of trial and error, I experience that the way I explain statistics to my students became super efficient. Now my next step in my carreer is to not explain it to students studying in the Netherlands but to students all over the world.

What's a better way to that than on Udemy?