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Chapter 2 with charts

# Chapter 2 with charts - Frequency Distribution table that...

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Frequency Distribution - table that summarizes the number of items in each of several nonoverlapping classes. Class - the grouping of your choice. That depends on the data, but you should make it reasonable number. :Q What state/country were you born in? Frequency Table Bar Chart in Excel 2007 Section J Section F Section G 1. Highlight cells with data and classes OH 16 19 19 2. Insert -> Column (2D should be enough) IN 1 1 0 3. If you want you can do multiple groups simultaneously IL 3 1 5 4. Add data labels PA 5 1 0 5. Add a title CT 1 2 0 NY 1 1 2 Outside of US 5 6 3 Rest of US 8 9 11 Complete Frequency table Section J Section F Section G Pie Chart in Excel 2007 Freq. Percent Cum. % Freq. Percent Cum. % Freq. Percent Cum. % 1. Highlight cells with Frequency or Percent data OH 16 40% 40% 19 48% 48% 19 48% 48% 2. Insert -> Pie Chart IN 1 3% 43% 1 3% 50% 0 0% 48% 3. Add data labels IL 3 8% 50% 1 3% 53% 5 13% 60% 4. Add a title PA 5 13% 63% 1 3% 55% 0 0% 60% CT 1 3% 65% 2 5% 60% 0 0% 60% NY 1 3% 68% 1 3% 63% 2 5% 65% Outside of US 5 13% 80% 6 15% 78% 3 8% 73% Rest of US 8 20% 100% 9 23% 100% 11 28% 100% Total 40 40 40 OH Outside of US PA 0 5 10 15 20 19 0 5 0 0 2 3 11 Column I 48% 13% 5% 8% 28% OH IN IL PA CT NY Outside of US Rest of US

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So far we have been dealing with quantitative data. Frequently we need to describe the distribution of the population based on the data from a sample.
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