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Standard Deviation - Population vs. Sample Probability
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Standard Deviation - Population vs. Sample Probability
A Q&A website answers the question of why n-1 instead of n is used in calculating standard deviation.
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http://www.newton.dep.anl.gov/newton/askasci/1993/math/MATH014.HTM
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A Q&A website answers the question of why n-1 instead of n is used in calculating standard deviation.
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