Introduction to theory and practice of statistics, among others teach collecting data: Sampling, observational and experimental studies and correlation, creating inferences about populations based on data obtained from samples. Deciding whether a particular analytical methodology is appropriate given a particular statistical or probabilistic context and justifying your response.

Read the following articles and in no more than one page 12-point font describe how this class has impacted your understanding and appreciation of Statistics in your everyday life. Pay particular attention to ‘Types of Statistical Studies and Producing Data” covered in Modules 13, 14, 15, in Canvas and ‘Linking Probability to Statistical Inference’ covered in modules 16, and part of 17 and Statistical Inference.