We live in an uncertain and complex world, yet we continually have to make decisions in the present with uncertain future outcomes. Indeed, we should be on the look-out for "black swans" - low-probability high-impact events.
Probability and Statistics: To p or not to p?University of London
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TOP REVIEWS FROM PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS: TO P OR NOT TO P?
James Abdey is an excellent lecturer. He explains clearly while using a lot of examples from real life applications. I am considering to read his PhD thesis (even though I don't have insomnia :-))
The course taught about the basics and that's exactly what I was looking for. I learnt a lot, and so many things which I hear and read, became clearer and more meaningful. Thanks you!
Very good course to understand the basics. It is better if a few more examples are added for solving by participants to have a clearer understanding of the concept.
An excellent and thorough introduction to probability and statistics. Dr Abdey's grasp of the topic and his presentation style make the course interesting to follow.
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