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There are two main types of statistics-Descriptive statistics and Inferential statistics.

Descriptive statistics is a way of summarizing the data collected from a sample. There are three most common techniques for descriptive statistics: frequency distribution, percentage distribution, and mean.

The most common techniques for inferential statistics are:

  • Correlation
  • Regression analysis
  • Bayesian inference.

Descriptive statistics are used to summarize the data. They provide a way of describing how the data is distributed and their characteristics.

Deductive reasoning is when you start with a conclusion and use logic to reach it. Inductive reasoning is when you start with multiple possibilities and narrow them down to one conclusion based on the data that you have collected.

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