Like dreams, statistics are a form of wish fulfillment.
This is not my first time to encounter Statistics. I studied about this before but not even gave my best try of seriousness and it was just a full of nonsense way. Right now, Statistics gives me a millions of wanderlust of exploring the world of critical scrutiny. Not to say, I wish to be like Albert, you know him… “The great Eistein” remember? Well, he was a genius one. But, in this case, I formally admire to Sir Ronald Aylmer Fisher, the father of modern Statistics. I met him just this semester. For almost a month of sacrificing and not enjoying my rest days just working out my Statistics exercises and final exam, I could tell how his life is amazing. It’s a magical learning. It isn’t killing me, anyway.
Here are some statistical ideas with corresponding statistical formula I’ve learnt from my professor: