Natalia Golonka - articles

Statistical inference

Statistical inference is the branch of statistics through which it becomes possible to describe, analyse and make inferences about the whole population on the basis of a sample.

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Levels of measurement

The level of measurement is one of the most important properties of variables. It determines which statistical tests will be available to the researcher during the course of the...

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Entropy is a measure of disorder or uncertainty in a probability distribution.

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Neural networks

Neural networks are a family of algorithms that are becoming increasingly popular for tasks in the areas of prediction, classification, and clustering.

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Factor analysis

The aim of factor analysis is to explain as much of the variation as possible with as few variables as possible.

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Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI)

The Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) is a method used in marketing to evaluate client satisfaction derived from products or services being provided by a company or organisation.

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