By Chris Jackson
Ok. They say there are lies, damn lies and statistics. And at the heart of statistics are these intimidating functions like ‘probability density functions’ and ‘cumulative distribution functions.’
They mean something – but are practically useless unless they help inform a decision. And we as engineers are supposed to know what these functions mean. But have you ever sat in a meeting or presentation where you realized there were some gaps in your knowledge? … or perhaps you felt like you were given too many charts but not enough help to make your decision?
If you want a really easy introduction or review of these functions – then check out this webinar!