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Ap statistics exam review topic iii bivariate data

ap statistics exam review topic iii bivariate data

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Graphical Displays of Univariate Data

Investigate the power of visualizing univariate data in bar graphs, boxplots, histograms, and stem-leaf plots.

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Center and spread

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Outliers and other anomalies

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Shape

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Summarizing Distributions of Univariate Data

Derive and interpret basic statistical measures of univariate data to describe samples.

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Measuring center: median, mean

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Measuring spread: range, IQR, standard deviation

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Measuring position: quartiles, percentiles, z-scores

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Boxplots

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Changing units

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Comparing Distributions of Univariate Data

Compare different samples of univariate data using descriptive statistics.

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Center and spread

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Shapes

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Exploring Bivariate Data

Investigate descriptive statistics and scatterplot analysis for bivariate data to determine correlation between variables.

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Patterns in scatterplots

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Correlation and linearity

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Least-squares regression line

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Residual plots, outliers, and influential points

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Linear, logarithmic, and power transformations

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Exploring Categorical Data

Use two-way tables to analyze frequencies of categorical variables.

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Frequency tables and bar charts

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Marginal and joint frequencies for two-way tables

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Conditional relative frequencies and associations

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Comments

  1. Cisofisama

    JaSfields_ it"s from a topic called Bivariate Analysis, which is in sl, but not hl

  2. Gademis

    Last topic of the night: Bivariate distributions.

  3. Mozusozasuca

    Bivariate Inferential Statistics was today"s topic in class. Totally killed my vibe

  4. Borofovu

    Ahhh since 1:30 Iv been doing my maths cheat sheets. 3/4 done now last topic bivariate data to write out. So long.

  5. Weguweqaw

    Bivariate, maginal distributions etc. RT : Sounds good. Wah topic exactly?? RT FiftyWebs: MissBehaviing Statistics I guess

  6. Cebibovonehej

    Guns make for a perplexing topic. A bivariate corr w/anything is suitable to infer causation no matter what you say, someone"s infuriated.

  7. Pujehonifefozu

    I should know the answer, considering my thesis was on the topic. I ended up just using more words and not saying bivariate.

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