Home > Comparing Two Means: Against All Odds—Inside Statistics
Sabeti reviews statisitcal significance and confidence intervals using gender and traffic tickets as an example.
Herman is interested in how energy is used by different primate species. Learn how he gathers data from the Hadza people to analyze caloric intake.
Learn the results of Pontzer's study comparing caloric intake of active and sedentary lifestyles. Sabeti follows statistical procedures in comparing these two groups.
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Length: 11 minutes
Copyright date: ©2013
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