Author Tutor Course Date Video response Andrew Vickers’s video on statistics highlights the ambiguity experience in defining and interpreting data obtained through measurement from statistical and scientific perspective. For instance despite the average feet of the sampled nine participants being 1.89 feet as in the hospital setting is systematical avoidance or minimization of errors in an application such as data entry. Thus it is important to ensure mechanism that reduces the probability of errors in the measurement are effectively addressed and put in place. [...]
Discussion Chpt. 1 mediaplayer.pearsoncmg.com In the video, the statistician says that scientific statements have to be very precise and we have to think hard about whether they are true. This can lead to discussions about: a. How precise is “very” precise? Should we say e.g., that the mean height of US men is 5’10” or would it be more “scientific” to say that it is 5’10.23416”?