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# chapter4 - CHAPTER 4 STATISTICS When we make a measurement...

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4-2 In this example we have talked about: the average value of the data samples, the spread of the data samples, the idea that somehow more data is "better", the idea that the bigger the variation the more desirable it is to take more samples, and finally, the idea of bias where you are consistently "off" in your estimates due to some problem with the way you are calculating what you wish to measure. In this chapter we will try to formalize these concepts with a mathematical description of the random data.
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