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Interactive video lesson plan for: Discrete and Continuous Distributions in Statistics, with Shaquille O’Neal on StatsCenter (Ep. 12)

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Indomitable basketball center, insightful analyst, and SAG card holder Shaquille O’Neal calls into StatsCenter to discuss discrete and continuous variables in statistics. These types of quantitative variables can either be counted (discrete) or measured as a range (continuous), and he walks us through a few statistical data examples from the game. He also lovingly jabs at the fashion sensibilities his superbly dressed host, and busts into melodies for no apparent reason.

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