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CH. 4 Displaying Quantitative Data. By. Jamie Morreale and Thulasi Thiviyanathan. Histograms. plot the bin counts. as the height of bars. The bins and the counts in each. bin give the . distribution . ID: 254297 Download Presentation

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AP Statistics CH. 4 Displaying Quantitative Data

By. Jamie Morreale and Thulasi Thiviyanathan

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Histograms plot the bin counts as the height of barsThe bins and the counts in each bin give the distribution of the quantitative variableRelative Frequency Histogram- displays the percentage of cases in each bin instead of the count

What is a Histogram?

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•Used with numerical data•The Bars touch•There are two types–Discrete-bars which are centered over discrete values–Continuous-bars cover a class (interval) of values

How to make a Histogram

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Stem-and-leaf displays- contain all the information found in a histogram and, when carefully drawn, satisfy the area principle and show the distribution. In addition, stem-and-leaf displays preserve the individual data values.

What is a Stem-and-Leaf Display?

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Dotplot is a simple display. It just places a dot along an axis for each case in the dataThey may be displayed vertically or horizontally

What are Dotplots?

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CenterUnusual Points ShapeSpreadUse CUSS when describing a distribution.

CUSS

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Identify if the Histogram has a single, central, or several humps.Modes are humpsUnimodal- a histogram with one main peak Bimodal- histograms with two peaksMultimodal- histograms with three or more peaksUniform- a histogram distribution that is roughly flat

Humps and Bumps

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Identify if the Histogram is Symmetric Tails- are the parts that typically trail off on either side. They can be identified as having long tails or short tails.Skewed- a distribution is skewed if it’s not symmetric and one tail stretches out farther than the other. Skewed Left- when the longer tail stretches to the left Skewed Right- when the longer tail stretches to the right

Symmetry

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Outliers- extreme values that don’t appear to belong with the rest of the data. They may be unusual values that deserve further investigation. or just mistakes.

Unusual

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Compare the two graphs on the number of male and female patients

Compare the graphs

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Timeplot- displays data that change over time. Often, successive values are connected with lines to show trends more clearly.

What is a timeplot?

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Don’t make a histogram of a categorical variableDon’t look for shape, center, and spread of a bar chartDon’t use bars in every display- save them for histograms and bar chartsChoose a bin width appropriate to the dataAvoid inconsistent scalesLabel Clearly

What can go Wrong?

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HW Problem #35

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U.S. Cars

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According to the data U.S. car milage have a lower center and is skewed to the right. The mode is near 19 mpg. Others have more cars in their category with a mode at 32 mpg and another mode at 22 mpg.

1 l 6 means 16 mpg

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HW Problem #37

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2 l 8 means $28 thousand/mW

The graph is skewed to the left and also has some gaps.

According to the timeplot, the cost is generally increasing overtime.

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