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## Inferential Statistics Course

In this video, we provide a full 1-hour long introductory course on inferential statistics, to help people in investment banking.

## What is the Ordinary Least Squares Method?

What is the OLS, how is it used. In this article we go over how to use the OLS method. Read more.

## What Is the Maximum Likelihood Estimation

In this article we go over what is the maximum likelihood estimation, how to calculate the expected value and variance. Read more here.

## What Is The Method Of Moments

In this article we will go over the method of moments, how to calculate the expected value and variance. Read more.

## Statistical Techniques

In this article, we go through list of the main statistical techniques, also called statistical methods.

## Sources of Error in Statistics

In this article we list known Sources of Error in Statistics, so you can become more proficient in this area of STEM

## In how many ways can we arrange people around a table?

In this article we will go through these combinatorics problems when you have to arrange people around a circular table.

## Problems with Combinatorics – Ultimate Guide

In this guide you will gain a better understanding of counting problems in statistics using step-by-step examples.

## What is Standard Deviation?

Standard deviation tells us how spread out the data is. It’s used with data normally distributed and tells us how skinny or wide it is.

## What is an estimator?

An estimator or point estimate is a statistic that is used to infer the value of an unknown parameter in a population

## a priori probability

A priori probability is the best rational assessment of an outcome on the basis of established knowledge before the present experiment is performed.

## Statistical tests. Which one should you choose?

Statistical tests. Which one should you choose? In this article, we will go through a framework to choose between statistical tests.

## 3 statistical data types

In statistics and econometrics, there are 3 important data types: cross-sectional, time series and panel or longitudinal data.