anonymous
  • anonymous
What are the similarities and connections between statistics and probability?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Statistics uses a lot of probability. So you can say that statistics is a way of applied probability.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah, how does it relate to confidence intervals and/or hypothesis testing?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
for these you want to find the probability that your statement is correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
I've always understood probability and statistics to be closely related but quite distinct. Statistics looks backwards by drawing conclusions from data collected. Probability looks foward by telling you - or predicting - that there is a 50% chance of tossing heads, for example. hth
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm so you can use statistics to infer from data previously collected, and then while you can predict that there is a 50% you choose for example a yellow sock from your drawer in the morning

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