Geographers frequently face the tasks to extract information from a pile of geographic data, to forecast what will happen based on what we know, or to design a scheme to collect data to test a given hypothesis. These tasks cannot be achieved without appropriate quantitative analysis. In the history of Geography, quantitative revolution occurred in the 1950s and 1960s which brought mathematic and statistical tools into the discipline that transformed it from a primarily descriptive and unscientific discipline to a scientific one. Today, quantitative methods are used in almost all areas of Geography. The goal of this course is to provide the fundamental quantitative skills that geographers need in scientific explorations. The topics of this course include basic concept in statistics, data visualization, descriptive statistics, probability distributions, point and interval estimation, hypothesis testing, and analysis of variance.