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?
Brilliantly organised materials striking a nice balance between theory and application! All the best Dr. Abdey! Looking forward to seeing a novel distribution under your surname!
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.
I never thought that Probability and Statistics is so realistic in our day to day life and so simple to learn. Thank you so much Dr James for all you effort to make this course.
I would like to thank Dr. James Abdey for his wonderful explanation of probability and statistics in a short time. I definitely learnt many things which I can make use in my further courses. Thank you
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