Stats Videos (Why do you divide samples by n-1?)

Because FMRI analysis requires a strong statistical background, I've added a couple videos going over the basics of statistical inference, and I use both R and Excel to show the output of certain procedures. In this demo, I go over why the sums of squares of sample populations are divided by n-1; a concept not covered in many statistical textbooks, but an important topic for understanding both statistical inference and where degrees of freedom come from. This isn't a rigorous proof, just a demonstration of why dividing by n-1 is a unbiased estimation of sample variance.