A Review of Logarithms for the Data Analyst

If you took high school algrebra some time during the last century, you too may not remember all the details of logarithms.

Yet they show up so often in statistics.

And if you don’t quite remember what they are and how they work, they can make the statistical methods that use them seem that much more obtuse.

So we’re going to review logs–what they are, how they work, and why they work so well in certain statistical applications. We’ll also review a couple of those applications–log transformations and log-likelihoods–and see how their implicit nature affects interpretations of those statistics.

What you will receive:

1. A Downloadable 60-minute Video

2. 8-page handout

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