# Statistical Thinking Skill

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A Statistical Thinking Skill is a cognitive skill by a that allows a cognitive agent to solve statistical tasks.

**Context:**- It can (typically) assume s Numeracy Skill, such as an arithmetic skill.
- It can (typically) involve Statistical Concepts.

**Example(s):**- To recognize and perform a Statistical Hypothesis Testing Task.

**Counter-Example(s):****See:**Skilled Statistician, Algorithm, Abstraction.

## References

### 2014

- (Jordan, 2014a) ⇒ Michael I. Jordan. (2014). “I guess that I have to say something about "deep learning".
- ... ... These are a few examples of what I think is the major meta-trend, which is the merger of statistical thinking and computational thinking.