Udacity and SJSU Statistics - The Science of Decisions
0:02 - 0:02Used all around the table. How many people do you think to see that? Did you see
0:02 - 0:04the weird. finally finished.
0:04 - 0:10By Chris and Andrew. Don't you mean by Andrew and Chris? A lot more people know
0:10 - 0:16who I am. Yeah, but I have more online friends. But my friends leave more
0:16 - 0:18comments. Guys, guys.
0:18 - 0:23We can settle this, with statistics. Everyday we have to make decisions. At the
0:23 - 0:29grocery store when we look at ingredients, when we're choosing products to buy,
0:29 - 0:33and when we need to decide who's more popular online. There's data all around
0:33 - 0:37us, and we're going to show you how to use this data. But will I need to know a
0:37 - 0:42lot of math? This class is for everyone. You only need a basic understanding of
0:42 - 0:00fractions, decimals, and percentages. Enroll now.
- Udacity and SJSU Statistics - The Science of Decisions
In this course, you will learn how to organize, describe, and interpret data, enabling you to think about the information you encounter every day in a whole new light.
Taught by Ron Rogers, Sean Laraway and Katie Korma
- Video Language:
- ST095- Statistics
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