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online course on statistics?

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I NEED AN ONLINE COURSE ON STATISTICS
khanacademy comes to my mind but it seems normie tier, while my iq, as is commonly known on the chans, is 130+

soemthing like stanford online courses would be better, and they do have an online statistics course
but perhaps there is a very good, well known online course by another university, which would be the go-to course if you want to learn about statistics

which is why im asking
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>>1750226
https://lagunita.stanford.edu/courses/HumanitiesSciences/StatLearning/Winter2016/about
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>>1750232
>https://lagunita.stanford.edu/courses/HumanitiesSciences/StatLearning/Winter2016/about

thanks nigger i can google too

this course seems to require some basics in statstics, and i'd rather start at 0 and be sure i know my fundamentals rather than not

sorry if i came off offensive but this is 4chan and one can not afford to appear weak here if u feel me m9
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>>1750303
Just buy/dl a book idiot
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>>1750327
This

If you aren't capable of figuring out how to learn something in an age where Google exists you should just end your life before you get left behind
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>>1750303
>while my iq, as is commonly known on the chans, is 130+

doesnt understand basic statistics.

kys.
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>>1750226
or buy a textbook and ask your professor questions
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Non-shitpost:
I did about a third of this one, then started jumping around. It only requires basic algebra.

https://lagunita.stanford.edu/courses/OLI/ProbStat/Open/about

It's pretty general though and is more about developing statistical intuition rather than working in the field. Not enough hard exercises IMO. Now I'm taking MIT 6.041x on edX, and it is excellent. Rigorous. It is mostly applied probability and has tricky exercises. 18.05 https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/mathematics/18-05-introduction-to-probability-and-statistics-spring-2014/ is more theory, though it's said to be easier than 6.041.
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