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Statistics I, Group E and BBP

Course code
Course type
BSc Course
Weekly Hours
FS 2023
Dr. Clemens Buchen
Please note that exchange students obtain a higher number of credits in the BSc-program at WHU than listed here. For further information please contact directly the International Relations Office.
Statistics I covers the basics of probabilities and descriptive statistics. The course puts in the foundation for more advanced data analysis. The topics include:
  • Description in one and many dimensions (graphical represenation, distribution function and cumulative frequencies distribution, measures of center and variaion, percentils, measures of correlation, regression)
  • Probabilities (random samples, combinatorics, conditional probabilities, Bayes' theorem)
  • Discrete and continuous random variables in one and many dimensions
Date Time
Thursday, 12.01.2023 15:30 - 18:45
Monday, 16.01.2023 11:30 - 15:15
Tuesday, 24.01.2023 11:30 - 15:15
Tuesday, 31.01.2023 11:30 - 15:15
Tuesday, 07.02.2023 11:30 - 15:15
Monday, 13.02.2023 08:00 - 11:15
Upon completing the course Statistics I students will have a basic understanding about the first steps of data analysis. This involves three components. First, students will know how to describe raw data, both numerically and graphically. Second, students have a basic understanding of probabilities and will be able to apply this both theoretically and in practice. Third, students will be able to describe and analyze random variables and their distributions.
Heumann, Christian, Schomaker, Michael, Shalabh, 2016, Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis, Springer Weiss, Neil A., Introductory Statistics, Pearson (several editions)
In class we cover the basic ideas and theories. To this end, we will use both many examples and some theoretical and formal reasoning. Moreover, assignments and problem sets will be provided for further application and study.
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