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1. Statistical analysis
2. Cells
3. Chemisty of life
4. Genetics SL
5. Ecology and Evolution
6. Human physiology SL
Nucleic acids & protein
Respiration & photosynthesis
Plant science
Genetics HL
Human Physiology
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Ecology and Conservation
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Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics
Statistical analysis and graphical displays often reveal patterns in seemingly random data enabling predictions to be made
Statistics Outline
Statistics Power Point
Statistical analysis practice Questions
Statistical Analysis practice Questions Answered
Formula for standard deviation: Formula for Ttest:
68% of all the data lies within 1sd of the mean
95% of all the data lies withn 2sd of the mean
P <0.05 then reject the Null hypothesis (data is significantly different)
P > 0.05 then accept the Null hypothesis (data is not significantly differnet)
Standard deviation and Ttest sample
Correlation does not always establish a causal relationship:
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Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics
Statistical analysis and graphical displays often reveal patterns in seemingly random data enabling predictions to be made
Statistics Outline
Statistics Power Point
Statistical analysis practice Questions
Statistical Analysis practice Questions Answered
Formula for standard deviation: Formula for Ttest:
68% of all the data lies within 1sd of the mean
95% of all the data lies withn 2sd of the mean
P <0.05 then reject the Null hypothesis (data is significantly different)
P > 0.05 then accept the Null hypothesis (data is not significantly differnet)
Standard deviation and Ttest sample
Correlation does not always establish a causal relationship: