## Dissecting 1-Way ANOVA and ANCOVA with Examples in R

ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) is a process to compare the means of more than two groups. It can also be used for comparing the means of two groups. But that’s unnecessary.…

ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) is a process to compare the means of more than two groups. It can also be used for comparing the means of two groups. But that’s unnecessary.…

The confidence interval, t-test, and z-test are very popular and widely used methods in inferential statistics. They are so important because, for any research or data analysis, we can only…

One of the most basic, popular, and powerful statistical models is logistic regression. If you are familiar with linear regression, logistic regression is built upon linear regression. It uses the…

Our end goal is to draw inferences from the population. We first need to learn about probability because it is the underlying base for statistical inferences, predictive models, and machine…

Linear regression is one of those old-school statistical modeling approaches that are still popular. With the development of new languages and libraries, it is now in a much-improved version and…

A linear relationship between two variables is very common. So, a lot of mathematical and statistical models have been developed to use this phenomenon and extract more information about the…

Descriptive statistics summarize, show, and analyze the data and make it more understandable. If the dataset is large, it is hard to make any sense from the raw data. Using…

Gaussian distribution is the most important probability distribution in statistics and it is also important in machine learning. Because a lot of natural phenomena such as the height of a…

Hypothesis testing is an important part of statistics and data analysis. Most of the time it is practically not possible to take data from a total population. In that case,…

Confidence Interval(CI) is essential in statistics and very important for data scientists. In this article, I will explain it thoroughly with necessary formulas and also demonstrate how to calculate it…