# The Importance Of Statistics

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Researcher requires systematic observation and an estimation of the extent to which observations could have been influence by any other factor. Statistical method provides this to any research especially in the quest of scientific understanding. Statistic in social researcher is used for purposes of description where factors studied are measured in terms of accurately defined units. Results or numbers are summaries and will allow us to evaluate some observations. That these summaries provide more meaningful results and a concise description of the whole population.The conclusion of the observe data will now identify the patterns and the causal effect of the phenomena.This is a better way of managing and analyzing data to address issues and…show more content…
Why? Our money system requires us to understand and manipulate numbers, we estimate how long it will take to do things, we count, we express evaluations in scales and so on. Think about how many times you use numbers in an average day. There is no way to avoid them. But like some people I’ve known, I never appreciate numbers and math even statistics. The numbers, the long computations and sometimes even the result, are things that I cannot fully understand. I passed the Assessment course with introduction of Statistic and Research with Statistic too, I think without true comprehension of the meaning and importance of statistics. But this course made me realized the significance of numbers, of statistics. I may not be a specialist in statistics, but since I have learned the importance I am more willing to study and even willing to learn the computation. I think that’s the best thing that happened in this course, liking the not so likeable…show more content…
Without this hard data in place, often nothing separates the merits of the various arguments that people on different sides of policy decisions make supporting their own cases. Test score trends are one of the most commonly used statistics in the field of education. They are used to evaluate the effectiveness of classroom teachers and the validity of the tests themselves as well as the effects of various risk factors on educational outcomes. Standardized tests take their value from the fact that all students in a particular state or region take them, showing competency in a way that individual grades cannot because grades vary by