## Introduction to Estimation

From our pervious knowledge we are now able to distinguish between a population and a sample, parameter and statistic, random... Click here to read more

From basic to higher mathematics

From our pervious knowledge we are now able to distinguish between a population and a sample, parameter and statistic, random... Click here to read more

In point estimation procedure we make an attempt to compute a numerical value, from sample observations, which could be taken... Click here to read more

The maximum likelihood method is a very rigorous statistical method of estimation. The word likelihood has the same meaning as... Click here to read more

This is probably the most important property that a good estimator should possess. According to this property if the statistic... Click here to read more

Among a number of estimators of the same class, the estimator having the least variance is called an efficient estimator.... Click here to read more

An estimator is said to be a consistent estimator of the parameter , if it holds the following conditions: is... Click here to read more

From the discussion on the point estimation we know that is the best possible estimator of the population mean ,... Click here to read more

From central limit theorem we know that, is a standard normal variate. From the discussion of introduction to interval estimation... Click here to read more

As long as is known the confidence interval estimate of population mean can be obtained by the method discussed earlier,... Click here to read more

(1) Large Samples: The difference between two means is of considerable importance in testing the homogeneity of populations. In this... Click here to read more

The variance of a population can be estimated using the chi-square variate explained in pervious tutorials. Unlike the and distributions... Click here to read more

The term standard error has already been introduced very briefly in pervious tutorials while discussing about the sampling distribution of... Click here to read more

The term probable error is seen only in older literature of statistics where it used to donate the product of... Click here to read more