[Statistics for GS] Continuous Data Series: Find Standard Deviation, MD,QD,Median and Mode (Youtube Videos)

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UPSC Paperset
  1. Continuous Data : Find Mean (Average)
  2. Continuous Data: Find Median
  3. Continuous Data: Find Mode
  4. Continuous Data Find Quartile Deviation (QD)
  5. Continuous Data Series Find Mean Deviation (MD)
  6. Continuous Data Find Standard Deviation
  7. Ready Reference Chart
  8. Statistics Video Series

Continuous Data : Find Mean (Average)
This video explains, how to find mean- both via
1. Manual calculation through formula and
2. Directly through Scientific Calculator
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FC8CQGY1CUE] Continuous Data: Find Median
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uaHBu2kz8pM] Continuous Data: Find Mode
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUdd3-PBe6Q] Continuous Data Find Quartile Deviation (QD)
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2c3TkPnIik] Continuous Data Series Find Mean Deviation (MD)
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feDHXwnf6XI] Continuous Data Find Standard Deviation
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boHDPTX5YnU] Ready Reference Chart
While Watching these videos, keep this Ready Reference Chart for better understanding

Statistics Formula Chart

Statistics Formula Chart (click to Enlarge)

Statistics Video Series
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15 Comments on “[Statistics for GS] Continuous Data Series: Find Standard Deviation, MD,QD,Median and Mode (Youtube Videos)”

  1. Hi mrunal . do you have last 33 years exam papers of history ? have you compiled them, yet ? pls upload. if not. can you please complile them. i am really in need of them coz, it will help me a lot

  2. sir why we use N/2 in continous series unlike n+1/2 in discrete n individual series?
    wat is d logic behind it?

  3. Thanks for useful Information from all students.

  4. You deserve an applause… Thanks..

  5. Sir
    Hatsoff 2u.Really useful videos.Thnx!!!

  6. You deserve a million dollars

  7. hello sir, ur videos r very helpful.. this whole site is..
    sir, d calculator u r using, is it allowed in mains xam..??
    if not this, can u plz suggest some model which is allowed..
    thank u so much sir..

    1. According to UPSC rules (given in official notification),
      Non-programmable Scientific calculators are allowed in the mains examination. (e.g. The one I used in that video.)
      If you’re living in a big city, I suggest you make trip to the biggest stationary shop, and manually check the features of various models. Ideal model should have easy Statistics mode.

      Otherwise, There are many models available in flipkart, if you want to buy it online.


  8. Alright sir.. thank u so much.. i m writing mains n i ws nt sure which particular model dey will consider as non programmable scientific.. dere r hundreds of models n all termed as non programmable scientific.. i ll use d same u r using.. hope it wont b a problem

  9. Sir Thank for your posting.
    I feel much better when the content is published in English. Since Hindi is not know to me

  10. Sir,Can i download these video’s?

  11. THANK U SIR,,

  12. dear all,

    I have a confusion about the formula of the median that we use n/2 for continuous series and that of n+1/2 for the discrete and individual series .why?
    Please notify me i am in problem

  13. i m preparing for c.p.t and one of subject is statistics suggest me i awlys confusis about this discrete series and individual seris

  14. Hii I am student of BBA 1st year and I want to know how I easily solve quartiles deviations question………..

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