“In any research, we do not have access to the entire population of interest. We have to depend on the data obtained from a sample. Â Inferential statistics are techniques that allow researchers to use these samples to make generalizations about the populations from which the samples were drawn.Â Statistics can help researchers make (or criticize) an argument stronger. Inferential statistics is all about testing hypotheses and making arguments. Â It is therefore important that the sample accurately represents the population.”
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