Prof David Umoru   (Published 2018)

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Descriptive statistics describes statistical measures and techniques of analyzing data. The course concentrates on data tabularization, graphical (plotting) and visual presentation of data.  The course also dwell so much on counting techniques, measures of central tendency, dispersion and probability theory. The course introduces students to techniques and tools to deal with economic data and economic applications. Given that probability and statistics are central to modern applied economics; it thus implies that a clear understanding of such ideas is imperative in the subsequent study of economics. In sum, it is the foundation of a series of courses in the teaching of quantitative economics such as inferential Statistics and mathematical economics. In particular, it will launch the students to basic statistical concepts and characteristics of economic data

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Department: Accounting and Economics
Field of Study: Economics
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Date Added: 29 Jan 2019 4:23pm
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