In statistics, confidence intervals are used to represent a range in which a right answer is likely to exist. The are an elegant way of quantifying uncertainty, and ubiquitous in many parts of statistical testing. This notebook comes out of a collaboration with Professor Jeremiah Johnson at the University of New Hampshire. He coordinates their new data science curriculum, and uses Quantopian as a teaching tool.
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