# A Simple Explanation of the Monty Hall Problem

This article aims to be a simple explanation of the Monty Hall problem. The Monty Hall problem is a famous thought experiment that when understood […]

Bayesian statistics is an alternative to another form of statistics called frequentist statistics. Bayesian statistics is a powerful tool for situations in which frequentist methods […]

Hypothesis testing enables us to make statements about statistical significance. There are direct parallels between our justice system and hypothesis testing. Since most of us […]

The statement “correlation does not imply causation” is well known and has become part of everyday language. The expression should more accurately be “correlation does […]

Time series data contains a column of values (e.g sales, costs) and a column of even time intervals (eg. days or months). Time series analysis […]

Permutations and combinations are important concepts to understand in order to estimate probability and make better decisions. Underlying the Seahawks fateful Superbowl decision lie the […]

The motivation of this post is to aide the understanding of the classification technique by explaining the evaluation tool for classification experiments: the confusion matrix. […]

We all know that some of our customers churn out of our products. What if we could predict which customer is next most likely to […]

Data analysis is a bit like mining for gold. In gold mining, sluice machines sift through tons of dirt before finding a few ounces of […]

Probability is largely about being able to count the possible outcomes. Using a standard six sided die is an excellent tool for learning the concept. […]

The word statistic is distinct from the word parameter. Statistics go with samples, and parameters go with populations. Statistics are estimates from samples and used […]

Logic is the foundation of clear thinking. Aristotle was the first to lay down the rules of clear thinking in his writings including Categories, On […]