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課程概述

This course will provide you with a basic, intuitive and practical introduction into Probability Theory. You will be able to learn how to apply Probability Theory in different scenarios and you will earn a "toolbox" of methods to deal with uncertainty in your daily life. The course is split in 5 modules. In each module you will first have an easy introduction into the topic, which will serve as a basis to further develop your knowledge about the topic and acquire the "tools" to deal with uncertainty. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to complete 5 exercise sessions to reflect about the content learned in each module and start applying your earned knowledge right away. The topics covered are: "Probability", "Conditional Probability", "Applications", "Random Variables", and "Normal Distribution". You will see how the modules are taught in a lively way, focusing on having an entertaining and useful learning experience! We are looking forward to see you online!...

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NS
2017年9月16日

Superb course. I am very impressed with the way the faculty explained real world examples through the probability concepts. I wish we can have more courses from him on statistics and machine learning.

FR
2020年5月20日

I really enjoyed this course. The explanations are clear and, as suggested by the title, the lecturer uses intuition and daily-life examples rather than abstract and formal definitions and notations.

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創建者 Sulaiman Q

2017年8月17日

After this course I can safely say that I don't hate probability and It's fun and useful and I want to learn more. Cheers to Prof. Karl Schmedders, He was amazing.

創建者 jack s

2017年7月30日

Excellent. Very clear instruction with some very interesting real life examples. Course a bit basic for me. Wish there was a follow-up with more advanced material.

創建者 Zsuzsanna H

2020年9月29日

Smart, up to the point, easy to follow, even the most complex theorems. Great presentation, helpful exercises, excellent real life application. I simply liked it!

創建者 Kate

2020年8月2日

Very simple, clear and at the same time capacious course. I especially liked the teacher Karl and his TA Jose, they were very enthusiastic and easy to understand.

創建者 Daniela A L

2018年5月20日

Requiere un nivel muy básico del inglés. Es excelente para entender la teoría elemental de la probabilidad y para aprender las funciones básicas de esta en excel.

創建者 Camilo R

2017年11月5日

The contain is very clear, much better than other courses and books. It would be a fantastic idea whether the Prof will launch a new MOOC Advanced Stat course :).

創建者 Mohamed K

2020年1月27日

An excellent introduction to probability. The course is really fun. I hope that the instructor could provide more advanced classes on probability and statistics.

創建者 CALVINO P D

2020年7月17日

Thank you so much to teach me with a great humour and even greater passion. Thank you so much to makes me love what I hate. Thank you Prof. Karl, and Prof. Jose

創建者 C S

2020年7月3日

A great intro course or refresher for someone doing basic probability calculations. The topics are well structured and the exercises in class are practical.

創建者 Shashank

2018年10月8日

Wonderfully helpful. If you ever need help in probability, take this course. It teaches you all important fundamentals in a engaging and fun way. Loved it.

創建者 Tim L

2020年7月24日

Karl does not always take you through all of the math, but his enthusiasm for learning and of the subject matter counteracts any short-coming he may have.

創建者 Asha S

2020年11月24日

Clear, solid content with relatable real-world applications make it fun. Quite lively too. Prof. Schmedders is how we wish our Math professors would be!

創建者 Arun T

2020年2月7日

Exceptional course. Stands out amongst the many I have completed or attempted. The humour is particularly engaging and makes the course a treat to take.

創建者 Learner4Life

2018年2月3日

Very nice course. It does what the title says. Excellent instructor. Thank you so much professor

Karl Schmedders, the TA, and the whole Coursera team.

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創建者 Seungwan K

2017年9月7日

Easy, smart, and funny introduction to probability. Recommend this course to those who feel that probability would be difficult but would like to learn!

創建者 Robert E

2017年8月11日

A really great course with good explanations. My favorite parts were the applications in week 3 and finally understanding what a z-score is (week 5).

創建者 Herbert E D

2017年6月1日

A thoughtful and engaging course to help one think critically about probability without getting bogged down in too many maths details: really helpful.

創建者 Shweta n

2020年10月21日

i liked the nice broken down explanations, sometimes during the excercise and table my mind would wobble but on repeat watching it, it was understood

創建者 Monika M

2019年12月3日

Excellent course for beginners! It has really sparked an active interest of probability and has prepared me for an intermediate statistics course.

創建者 Maksim U

2019年1月13日

The course was just awesome! Both instructors are super charismatic and give extremely clear life examples to illustrate their points. Thank you.

創建者 Nika I

2019年10月13日

The course was very interesting and informative. I repeated what I knew and studied everything I had never heard of. Everything was very clear.

創建者 Rohit M

2017年5月30日

Great effort by both, Instructor and TA. Very good collection of quiz questions. Which enhanced the learning's form this course. Great work!!!

創建者 Igor I

2017年6月10日

Great course! Fun professor, easy to listen. Very good for learning basic skills in calculating probability. Fun exercises (Millenium Falcon)

創建者 Ms. N B A H

2020年9月3日

Its a great course to learn basic knowledge about probability. Love the simple example and yet easy to understand. Recommended this course.

創建者 Alexander M D

2020年8月25日

Great teacher, great information. Some classes are a lot to digest for a beginner and may take a few re-watches before fully comprehending.