# Statistics common notation

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Statistics notation is very easy in Rmarkdown.

Below a list of common components of statistics notation for reference.

Greek parameters

\(\mu\)

$\mu$

\(\alpha\)

$\alpha$

\(\beta\)

$\beta$

\(\gamma\)

$\gamma$

\(\tau\)

$\tau$

\(\sigma\)

$\sigma$

Subscript

\(H_0\)

$H_0$

\(Y_{ij}\)

$Y_{ij}$

Superscript

\(\sigma^2\)

$\sigma^2$

Hats and bars

\(\hat{Y}\)

$\hat{Y}$

\(\bar{Y}\)

$\bar{Y}$

\(\hat{f}_i\)

$\hat{f}_i$

Operators

\(\ge\)

$\ge$

\(\le\)

$\le$

\(\neq\)

$\neq$

\(\sum{}\)

$\sum{}$

\(\triangle{}\)

$\triangle{}$

\(\sqrt{9}\)

$\sqrt{9}$

Fractions

\(\frac{3}{4}\)

$\frac{3}{4}$

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