Hey there. My name is Zach Bobbitt.
I have a Master of Science degree in Applied Statistics and I’ve worked on machine learning algorithms for professional businesses in both healthcare and retail.
I’m passionate about statistics, machine learning, and data visualization and I created Statology to be a resource for both students and teachers alike.
My goal with this site is to help you learn statistics through using simple terms, plenty of real-world examples, and helpful illustrations.
Why Learn Statistics?
In an increasingly data-driven world, it’s more important than ever to know how to read and work with data.
It also pays to understand data! Some of the fastest growing professions in the world are centered around working with data, including:
- Data Scientists
- Data Engineers
- Data Visualization Experts
- Database Administrators
Best of all, these types of jobs are associated with high salaries and low stress, according to the U.S. News & World Report.
If you’re just getting started with statistics, I recommend checking out this page that lists all of the basic stats tutorials on Statology.
If you’re interested in machine learning, I recommend checking out this list of machine learning tutorials.
And if you want to learn how to use statistical software, I recommend the following guides:
I’ve created the following products to make your life easier with statistics:
Introduction to Statistics Course: An online course that includes 19 videos with 2 hours of total content that teaches you the core concepts taught in introductory statistics.
Statology Study: An online study guide with over 100 practice problems and solutions that helps you understand all of the core concepts taught in any introductory statistics course.
Elementary Statistics Formula Sheet: A printable formula sheet that contains the formulas for the most common confidence intervals and hypothesis tests in Elementary Statistics, all neatly arranged on one page.
Statistics in Excel Made Easy: A collection of 16 Excel spreadsheets that contain built-in formulas to perform the most commonly used statistical tests.
Questions & Comments
If you have questions, comments, or just want to say hello, feel free to drop me a line at statologycontact [@] gmail.com.
Support the Site
If you’ve found value in any of the tutorials on Statology, feel free to support me in any way you can.