This Concept Map, created with IHMC CmapTools, has information related to: Inferential Statistics, Inferential statistics provides Non-parametric techniques, Inferential statistics uses A Sample, Probability measures the likehood of Random variables, Probability distributions include The Normal Distribution, Parameters are estimated through Sample statistics, Parametric techniques are used when populations follow The Normal Distribution, Non-parametric techniques are used when populations do NOT follow The Normal Distribution, Probability distributions are characterized by their Expected value, Inferential statistics is based on the notion of Probability, A Sample provides information for Estimation, Probability distributions include The Binomial Distribution, Sample statistics are calculated to make Inference, Estimation of parameters allows the analyst to make Inference, Random variables are described by their Probability distributions, Parameters characterize Probability distributions, A Population contains Parameters, Inferential statistics provides Parametric techniques, Random variables can follow Other distributions, Probability distributions include Other distributions, Random variables can follow The Normal Distribution