# r/statistics

557k members

r/statistics is a subreddit with 557k members discussing topics like Question and Statistics. Its distinguishing qualities are that the community is huge in size.

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## Popular Topics in r/statistics

#1

### Question

: "[Q] Question about choosing flexibility of a statistical learning method"

51 posts

#2

### Statistics

: "[D]what are true but misleading Statistics ?"

32 posts

#3

### Analysis

: "[Q] Is it okay to separate intervention arms for my Analysis?"

11 posts

#4

### Data

: "[Q] What is the minimum ratio between women and men in Data for gender analysis?"

9 posts

#5

### Help

: "[Q] Help finishing a G*Power in the browser"

6 posts

#6

### Hypothesis Testing

: "[D] Is Neyman-Pearson (along with Fisher) framework the pinnacle of Hypothesis Testing?"

5 posts

#7

### Probability

: "Euchre Probability [Q]"

5 posts

#8

### Sample Size

: "[Question] biological replicates, technical replicates, Sample Size"

4 posts

#9

### Linear Regression

: "[E] Linear Regression + Hypothesis testing for mathy non-stats people"

4 posts

#10

### Regression

: "[Q] Regression with bootstrapping: Which coefficents should I use?"

4 posts

## Popular Themes in r/statistics

#1

Advice Requests

: "[D] What are some common mistakes, misunderstanding or misuse of statistics you've come across while reading research papers?"

79 posts

#2

Solution Requests

: "[Q] Best statistics book for a PhD student"

21 posts

#3

Pain & Anger

: "[Q] I like Statistics, I dislike General Mathematics"

10 posts

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## Member Growth in r/statistics

Daily

+-232 members(-0.0%)

Monthly

+3k members(0.6%)

Yearly

+30k members(5.7%)

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