CHAPTER 2 - CHAPTER2 Constructtableandrecognizedata...

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CHAPTER 2 Construct table and recognize data Make sense of the data set Make table readable  Organize data Raw data  Not organized Frequency distribution Classes Tall  medium short classes (nominal categories) elementary middle school
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high school  university can use nominal measures to measure the groups classes  0-3 4-7 8-12 can separate into classes in more than one way grouped frequency distribution numbers in one and names in the other groups you need to separate to clarify the information vs. categorical frequency distribution  if you have categories that make sense use this method after classes set class units] class units count the units in between the units class limits class boundaries class units
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upper boundary lower boundaries take lower boundary of the first class and then the upper boundary and take the  difference to find the   class width class width equal widths in all classes
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course SPEA-K 300 taught by Professor Wakhungu during the Fall '09 term at Indiana.

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