Is there any significant Geometric/analytic property of the Pearson coefficent that could be applied to statistics?
Is there many significant Geometric/analytic property that the Pearson coefficent has which could be applied to statistics? It seems very interesting to me. Thanks in advance.
I'm teaching both at the same time to different classes in high school, so I just wondered about this. Added by OP on 16.May.2011 (Beijing time) I mean Statistics only, without Probability. In ...
I recently discovered Benford's Law. I find it very fascinating. I'm wondering what are some of the real life uses of Benford's law. Specific examples would be great.