Business Statistics



One of the first things to be noticed is the unusual usage of the term “statistics” in both the plural as well as the singular. Quantitative information is often referred to in a plural form. One definition of statistics is “the collection, organization, and interpretation of data to form conclusions about the data.” If the quantitative data are to be useful, it is crucial to consider both sides of statistics. Even with a well-developed topic, incorrect conclusions may be drawn due to flawed data. To help in decision-making, marketers typically turn to statistical analysis. Understanding what could be sold and developing a plan to get those products to consumers is a crucial first step. Any effort to enter the new market must be preceded by careful consideration of the data on production buying power, consumer habits, man power, and transportation costs.
In the manufacturing sector, statistical information and methodology are crucial. Statistical analysis is relied upon heavily for deciding what to create, how much to make, when to produce, and for what purpose to produce. Using statistical analysis, investors may make more informed choices about which assets to purchase to minimize risk and maximise return.

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Dr. Tapas Das, Dr. Seshanwita Das, Dr. Ranjeet Kumar Mishra

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