Sampling Distributions and Inference Tests

“Statistical inference guides the selection of appropriate models. Models and data interact in statistical work: models are used to draw conclusions from data, while the data are allowed to criticize and even falsify the model through inferential and diagnostic methods. Inference from data can be thought of as the process of selecting a reasonable model, including a statement in probability language, of how confident one can be about the selection.”
Sampling Distributions
Sampling Distribution for Proportions

Rossman Chance Sampling Distribution Simulation Applet

Sampling Distribution for Means
Z-Tests
One Sample T-Tests
Two-Sample T-Tests
Matched Pairs T-Tests
One Proportion Z-Test
Two Proportion Z-Test
Chi-Squared Analysis
Inference for Regression
ANOVA

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