Statistics For Uncertainty Analysis
Do you calculate uncertainty? Are you tired of looking up statistical functions in books and online? Then, my Introduction to Statistics for Uncertainty Analysis guide is what you need.
This guide has 23 statistical functions and formulas to help you calculate uncertainty and evaluate your uncertainty estimates. Plus, I have provided step-by-step instructions to teach you how to calculate and use each statistical function.
It’s like having a statistics textbook summarized into 30 pages!
Check out the 23 statistical functions that I packed into this guide. It has everything that you need and want to know!
- Standard Deviation
- Determining Sample Size
- Degrees of Freedom
- Sum of Squares
- Root Sum of Squares
- Pooled Variance
- Effective Degrees of Freedom
- Linear Interpolation
- Linear Regression
- Sensitivity Coefficients
- Correlation Coefficient
- Coefficient of Determination
- Central Limit Theorem
- Standard Deviation of the Mean
- Confidence Intervals
- Student’s T Distribution
- Probability Distributions
Regression Modeling and Analysis
In this guide, I cover how to perform linear regression step-by-step, so you can;
- model your measurement functions;
- predict measurement results; and
- develop CMC Uncertainty Equations.
Plus, you will learn how to calculate covariance, correlation, and the coefficient of determination (i.e. goodness of fit) so you can evaluate your linear regression models.
This guide has 5 new probability distributions and divisors for uncertainty analysis not seen in my other guides. Now, you can expand your uncertainty analysis capabilities like never before.
In this guide, I will cover;
- Normal Distribution
- Rectangular Distribution
- Triangular Distribution
- U-shaped Distribution
- Log-Normal Distribution
- Rayleigh Distribution
- Cosine Distribution (NEW)
- Half-Cosine Distribution (NEW)
- Quadratic Distribution (NEW)
- Trapezoidal Distribution (NEW)
- Utility Distribution (NEW)
Learn how to find and use confidence intervals for uncertainty analysis. I cover everything you need to know to calculate and find confidence intervals for your uncertainty calculations.
Plus, I will teach you how to calculate Z-score and T-score which can help you evaluate whether or not your measurement results fall within your confidence intervals.
Statistic Cheat Sheet
If you like this guide, I recommend that you check out my statistics cheat sheet. It has all 23 statistical functions packed into 2 pages. It makes a handy reference tool to instantly get the functions and formulas your need when you are estimating uncertainty. Check it out here.