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Chapter 3: Getting Statistical: A Short Review of Basic Statistics Figure 3-3: The difference between accuracy and precision. Illustration by Wiley, Composition Services Graphics You see the following in Figure 3-3: ✓ The upper-left target is what most people would hope to achieve — the shots all cluster together (good precision), and they center on the bull’s-eye (good accuracy). ✓ The upper-right target shows that the shots are all very consistent with each other (good precision), so we know that the shooter was very steady (with no large random perturbations from one shot to the next), and any other random effects must have also been quite small.
3333 The event will occur 25% of the time (is one-third as likely to occur as to not occur). 1111 The event will occur 10% of the time (is 1/9th as likely to occur as to not occur). 0 0 The event definitely will not occur. As you can see in Table 3-1, for very low probability, the odds are very close to the probability; but as probability increases, the odds increase faster. 5, the odds have become 1, and as probability approaches 1, the odds become infinitely large! This definition of odds is consistent with its common-language use.
The examples in this chapter show both styles. You may never have to construct a professional-looking typeset formula (unless you’re writing a book, like I’m doing right now), but you’ll almost certainly have to write plain text formulas as part of organizing, preparing, editing, and analyzing your data. Checking out the building blocks of formulas No matter how they’re written, formulas are just concise “recipes” that tell you how to calculate something or how something is defined. You just have to know how to read the recipe.