## Did I Get This – Shapes of Distributions

Published: Aug 19th, 2012

More practice with shapes of distributions. Hint Hint Hint Hint Hint Hint This document is linked from Describing Distributions.

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By distribution of a variable, we mean: what values the variable takes, and how often the variable takes those values.

Published: Aug 19th, 2012

More practice with shapes of distributions. Hint Hint Hint Hint Hint Hint This document is linked from Describing Distributions.

Published: Aug 19th, 2012

(Link to the Best Actor Oscar Winners Data). This document is linked from Describing Distributions.

Published: Aug 19th, 2012

More practice with histograms. This document linked from Histograms and Stemplots.

Published: Aug 19th, 2012

Practice with histograms. Hint This document linked from Histograms and Stemplots.

Published: Aug 19th, 2012

Here is an interactive demonstration on histograms. You can look at numerous datasets, including your own data, and change many options in creating the histogram. This material is from Interactivate. Interactive Applet: […]

Published: Aug 19th, 2012

Histograms Stemplot (Stem and Leaf Plot) Let’s Summarize CO-4: Distinguish among different measurement scales, choose the appropriate descriptive and inferential statistical methods based on these distinctions, and interpret the results. LO […]

Published: Aug 19th, 2012

This interactive online data analysis applet is part of the online content for Introduction to the Practice of Statistics, 8th Edition (Moore and McCabe). Choose one of the datasets in the list and click […]

Published: Aug 19th, 2012

Distribution of One Quantitative Variable Graphs Numerical Measures CO-4: Distinguish among different measurement scales, choose the appropriate descriptive and inferential statistical methods based on these distinctions, and interpret the results. Video: One […]

Published: Aug 18th, 2012

The same survey that asked 1,200 U.S. college students about their body perception also asked the following question: “With whom do you find it easiest to make friends?” (opposite sex, […]

Published: Aug 4th, 2012

Describing the distribution of a categorical variable in context. Category Count Percent About right 855 (855/1200)*100 = 71.3% Overweight 235 (235/1200)*100 = 19.6% Underweight 110 (110/1200)*100 = 9.2% Total n=1200 100% This document linked from One Categorical […]

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