Why Statistics is Not Data Science
Chris Malone | Tisha Hooks
|What is Statistics?|
|0:||Statistics is the science of data that focuses on understanding sources of variation, quantifying uncertainty, and confirming / contradicting hypotheses through inference |
|1:||Analysis of data within a specific context|
Can incorporate iterative process, etc
|2:||"The art and science of learning from data." Understanding real world problems through data. |
|3:||The science of collecting, describing, analyzing, and presenting data. Statistics is important for making informed decisions and effective citizenship. |
|4:||Collection, Organization, Analysis, and Interpretation of Data|
|5:||A great chance to work with Tisha and Chris!|
The science of designing studies and analyzing associated data.
The science of asking questions and answering those questions with data.
Extracting information from data.
Data-based decision making.
|6:||gathering, exploring, visualizing, analyzing, communicating what the data says, communicating the results, letting the data speak, using data to make informed decisions, |
Using data with uncertainties to answer questions about the world.
|8:||Statistics is a science that studies variation in the world around us and uses methods and tools to describe data and make decisions.|
|9:||creating knowledge from data using models and analysis understanding uncertainty and bias|
|11:||The art and science of drawing insight from data accounting for uncertainty. Entire pipeline is considered an aspect of statistics (collection to communication). |
|12:||The science of drawing inferences from data|
|13:||Collecting, visualizing, and analyzing data to draw inferences about populations in the presence of uncertainty and communicating the results.|