We assume that you are familiar with elementary statistics including
- mean, minimum, maximum
- standard deviation
- frequency distribution
- Gaussian distribution
- bell curve
- standard normal probabilities
- tables (z table)
Some of these terms are explained in various sections throughout our application discussion. This includes especially the Physics section. However these terms are so elementary that any undergraduate or highschool book will provide you with a good introduction.
It is expected from you to identify these terms and you can contribute to this section with non plagiarized subsections explaining these topics for credit.
Topics identified by a :?: can be contributed by students. If you are interested, use piazza for announcing your willingness to do so.
- Mean, minimum, maximum:
- Standard deviation:
- Frequency distribution:
- Gaussian distribution:
- Bell curve:
- Standard normal probabilities:
- Tables (z-table):
Pick a term from the previous list and define it while not plagiarizing. Create a pull request. Coordinate on piazza as to not duplicate someone else’s contribution. Also look into outstanding pull requests.
Pick a term from the previous list and develop a python program demonstrating it and create a pull request for a contribution into the examples directory. Make links to the github location. Coordinate on piazza as to not duplicate someone else’s contribution. Also look into outstanding pull requests.