# The Basic Math You Need to Know to Work With Data

The following is a list of basic statistic and mathematics topics you need to be proficient in for you to be good at working with data. This is by no means a comprehensive list but taking up small projects and working with these concepts is a great start for beginners.

1. Data Summaries And Descriptive Statistics
2. The Central Tendencies
3. Geometric Mean and it’s Applications
4. Weighted Mean
5. Median and it’s Applications
6. Mode – it’s advantages and usage
7. Dispersion
9. Average absolute difference
10. Variance and Standard Deviation
11. The coefficient of Variance and Z Statistics
12. Correlation
13. Continuous vs Discrete
14. Distribution
15. Skewness
16. Kurtosis
17. Basic Idea
18. Bayes Theorem
19. Random Variables
20. Central Limit Theorem
21. Uniform
22. Normal
23. Binomial
24. Poisson
25. Hypothesis Testing
26. Proportion Testing
27. Type 1, Type 2 and Power
28. Statistical Significance
29. Z – Test
30. Student’s T-Test
31. F – Test
32. Chi-Squared Test
33. 1 Tailed and 2 Tailed Tests
34. A/B Testing
35. ANOVA
36. MANOVA
37. Scenario
38. Monotony vs Linearity
40. Sign Test
41. Mann Whitney U Test
42. Kruskal Wallis H Test
43. One Sample Run Test
44. Spearman Rank Correlation
45. Goodness of Fit
46. Contingency Table
47. Simple Linear Regression
48. Correlation
49. Pareto Principle
50. Comparison Analysis
51. Trend Analysis
52. Ranking Analysis
53. Variance Analysis
54. Contribution Analysis
55. Frequency Analysis
56. Correlation Analysis
57. Interactive Dashboards
58. Some important Mathematics topics.
59. Set Theory
60. Real and Complex Numbers
61. Polynomial Functions
62. Exponential Functions
63. Logarithmic Functions
64. Trigonometric Identities

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