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Probability and Statistics

Probability and Statistics

Analysis of Single-Variable Data



Univariate, or single-variable, data is usually given as a list of numbers. It's the type of list you'd take with you to the store if you had to go number shopping and were afraid you would forget to pick up a bag of 3's. 

Be careful: Put your list of numbers in order before trying to analyze them.

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