In times of change, learners inherit the Earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.

Eric Hoffer

I am enamoured by the concept of learning. Knowledge is infinitely divisible yet its value does not diminish with each division. Knowledge is like the wind. It is intangible yet unquestionable. Its existence is only validated by the effect it has on the environment. One cannot claim to have knowledge yet be unable to demonstrate its effect (read application) in society. Forgive my philosophical ramblings.

This site is broadly divided into two: Statistics in everyday life and Introductory Statistics classes (see the categories menu). If you are here for the statistics classes, click on the Introductory Stats menu. Otherwise, enjoy some insightful articles on how statistics is used in an everyday sense.

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