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Chapter 5 Understanding and Comparing Distributions 1 At the end of this chapter, you should be able to • Compare and contrast the distribution of a quantitative variable between two or more groups. 2 Climate change: El Nino The data from the array, along with current updates, can be viewed on the web at www.pmel.noaa.gov/tao . Collected to study the El Nino event in the Pacific. This subset has measurements on sea surface temperature from 1993, and 1997. 3 Climate change: El Nino • Who: • What: • When: • Where: • Why: 4
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Sea surface temperature 5 Sea surface temperature by year 6 Number of HRs per Season • Two Players – Barry Bonds – Hank Aaron 7 Barry Bonds Year HR Year HR Year HR 86 16 93 46 00 49 87 25 94 37 01 73 88 24 95 33 02 46 89 19 96 42 03 45 90 33 97 40 04 45 91 25 98 37 05 5 92 34 99 34 06 26 07 28 8
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Hank Aaron Year HR Year HR Year HR 54 13 62 45 70 38 55 27 63 44 71 47 56 26 64 24 72 34 57 44 65 32 73 40 58 30 66 44 74 20 59 39 67 39 75 12 60 40 68 29 76 10
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2009 for the course STAT 101 taught by Professor Graham during the Fall '08 term at Iowa State.

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