- RESEARCH METHODS & STATISTICS
- INTRODUCTION
- FOUNDATIONS
- 2 Understanding, describing & exploring data
- Defining data
- Test Yourself
- Numerical summaries & display
- Test Yourself
- Categorical summaries & display
- Test Yourself
- Two numerical variables
- Test Yourself
- Transformations: Z-Scores
- Test Yourself
- Transformations: Logged variables
- Test Yourself
- Describing binary variables (prevalence & incidence)
- Test Yourself

- 3 Basic study design principles
- 4 Ideas of statistical inference
- 5 Basic probability

- 2 Understanding, describing & exploring data
- STATISTICAL INFERENCE
- SIMPLE COMPARISONS
- STUDY DESIGN & CONDUCT
- STATISTICAL MODELLING
- EVIDENCE SYNTHESIS
- GLOSSARY
- CREDITS

# Test Yourself

## True-False Question

Please answer the following questions as either True or False.

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**True**

**Hence why the standard error of the mean for large samples is intuitively smaller.**

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**True**

**There is only one population parameter, and so no sampling distribution of parameters.**

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**True**

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**False**

The correct answer is 2.3