Courtney K. Taylor, Ph.D., is an associate professor of mathematics at Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana. He teaches a wide variety of courses throughout mathematics, including those involving statistics.
Courtney has taught mathematics at the collegiate level since 2002. One of his research projects uses statistics to determine the shape of real world high dimensional data sets. He is the author of An Introduction to Abstract Algebra, and writes about mathematics at Critical Points.
Dr. Taylor received his Bachelor of Arts in mathematics, physics, and chemistry from Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana. He earned both a Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in mathematics at Purdue University.
Every day we are bombarded with data. Statistics uses mathematical tools to collect, analyze and explain this data. My goal is to demystify this process, and to help others to understand more about the statistics they encounter every day.