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This web-page provides a brief overview of descriptive statistics with links to more specific information. |

Descriptive statistics try to organize and summarize your observations. It aim to describe your observations by type of distribution using numbers, tables or graphs. The reader of your report / publication will use this information to understand what kind of observations / animals / people were included in your study. Are these observations representative for the reader’s situation? Ultimately your descriptive statistics provides hints to where your results are applicable. Read more here:

- Different distributions
- Descriptive statistics using numbers
- Descriptive statistics using tables
- Descriptive statistics using graphs

You must cite this article if you use its information in other circumstances. An example of citing this article is:

Ronny Gunnarsson. Descriptive statistics [in Science Network TV]. Available at: https://science-network.tv/descriptive-statistics/. Accessed October 7, 2022.

Ronny Gunnarsson. Descriptive statistics [in Science Network TV]. Available at: https://science-network.tv/descriptive-statistics/. Accessed October 7, 2022.