How intense is your appetite for learning? Are you the type that studies just to pass the time? Or do you immerse in what you are studying?… Read more “How Hungry Are You?”

# Blog Posts

## Hiring a Statistics Expert

You conduct a hypothesis test and obtain statistical significance for your research. However, you never consulted with a statistician. But that’s okay right? Well, not so fast…sigh. You… Read more “Hiring a Statistics Expert”

## What is Beta?

Beta (Bae-tah). The word, “beta”, reminds me of the betta fish. Or magnetic rays or something. The last thing on my mind is an equation with the… Read more “What is Beta?”

## Type I and Type II error

There are certain terms that people side step in a statistics class. And by “side step” I mean once you hear the terminology you go ‘uh right’… Read more “Type I and Type II error”

## Basic Math for Statistics Courses

After a difficult past with mathematics, you find yourself in a a statistics 101 course. I am sure you were open-minded to the experience. But there are a few… Read more “Basic Math for Statistics Courses”

## Anatomy of a Statistical Program

At some point in your life, I am sure you have taken a foreign language course. Any course in languages seems to linger in your mind. At… Read more “Anatomy of a Statistical Program”

## The Range

So a lot of times people overlook the range statistic because it’s not that informative. The range can tell you how far the minimum value is from… Read more “The Range”

## Sample Size Calculation

This is a quick commentary on sample size calculations. The estimation of your sample size reflects how many people you need to show statistical significance. Your formula… Read more “Sample Size Calculation”

## What is a Crosstab?

A conventional cross-tabulation is a two by two table that subsets your counts in two categories (for both the rows and columns). You can use a cross-tabulation for… Read more “What is a Crosstab?”

## Find a better book

I’m going to to give you real talk about your required text book for your average statistics course. You know that book with over 300 pages and… Read more “Find a better book”