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00:00:24 1 Introduction
00:02:02 2 Topics
00:02:15 2.1 Probability distributions
00:03:58 2.1.1 Special distributions
00:06:09 2.2 Statistical inference
00:08:01 2.3 Regression
00:09:57 2.4 Nonparametric statistics
00:11:49 3 Statistics, mathematics, and mathematical statistics
00:12:51 4 See also
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Mathematical statistics is the application of probability theory, a branch of mathematics, to statistics, as opposed to techniques for collecting statistical data. Specific mathematical techniques which are used for this include mathematical analysis, linear algebra, stochastic analysis, differential equations, and measure theory.

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