##### 01 - ECON 325: Central Tendency

This notebook is an introduction to basic statistics using Jupyter and R, and some fundamental data analysis.

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This section contains material to support UBC’s ECON 325 Introduction to Empirical Economics. This course is a first course in econometrics, and is designed to give students a general introduction to probability and statistics, in the econometric setting.

- These modules in particular are designed to be used in 1 or 2 one-hour long lab environments, with TA or Instructor supervision
- They can also be used for self-study, with some additional effort

These materials do not (currently) include a review of basic probability, which is slated for future development due to the overlap this has with AP and IB Statistics from high school.

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