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Essential Statistics for Data Science – Free Udemy Courses

Essential Statistics for Data Science – Free Udemy Courses

Statistics for Beginners

What you’ll learn

  • Understand Statistics Basics
  • Statistics – Data Types and Application
  • Harnessing Data – Sampling Techniques
  • Exploratory Data Analysis


  • Basic Mathematical knowledge is preferred.


Data Science is an interdisciplinary field combining Statistics, Programming, Machine Learning, and Business Knowledge.

Statistics is the key field in analyzing data to extract insights for business decisions.  Though Statistics as a field is vast, limited concepts involving quantitative methods are useful in data science.

The science of collecting, describing, and interpreting data is popularly known as Statistical leveraging in Data Science

Two areas of Statistics in Data Science:

Descriptive statistics

– Methods of organizing, summarizing, and presenting data in an informative way

Inferential statistics

– The methods used to determine something about a population based on a sample

A strong statistics foundation is mandatory for data science professionals, as statistics is the basis for any data analysis.

Statistics is also predominantly used in Machine Learning for feature engineering.


This is an introductory course on Statistics for Data Science for Beginners.

There are no hard prerequisites for this course. Anyone interested can pursue it.

The goal of this course is to provide statistics with simple examples and learning the learners to get comfortable with Statistics as they move on to more advanced statistical methods.



1. Statistics  Overview – Introduction

2. Statistics Basic Terminology

3. Types of Data


1. Introduction –  Sampling Methods

2. Sampling Methods

3. Cluster Sampling

4. Systematic Sampling

5. Biased Sampling

6. Sampling Error


1. EDA – Central Tendencies

2. EDA – Variability

3. EDA – Histogram, Z-Value, Normal Distribution

Happy Learning

Team DataMites

Who this course is for:

  • Data Science Aspirants, who want to get a good foundation in Statistics

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