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# Math201labs11F - MATH 201 Labs Introduction to Statistical...

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MATH 201 Labs Introduction to Statistical Methods I Sections 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 80 Fall 2011

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You can directly input to Minitab and Excel most of the datasets referenced in your textbook, rather than entering the data by hand. The files are located in the Data folder of the CD that comes with your textbook. The dataset folder has 6 subfolders: Excel, JMP, Minitab14, Minitab15, SPSS, TXT. Each of these has 4 subfolders; the datasets associated with the problems in the problem sets are located in the Exercise folder.

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MATH201 Lab 1: Descriptive Statistics and Graphs Textbook reference: 2.1 – 2.2, 2.4, 2.5 Qualitative Data Refer to problem 2.11 on page 40 of your textbook. 1. Open the dataset named DIAMONDS in Minitab. The data file is located on your CD (Data > Minitab15 > Exercises > Diamonds). In Minitab you must use File > Open Worksheet to open the data file. File > Open Project won’t work. 2. Use Minitab to obtain a frequency table of the Color variable. Use Stat > Tables > Tally Individual Values . Also check the box to display the percents. 3. Obtain a bar chart ( Graph > Bar Chart… ) for the Color variable that graphically displays the information in the frequency table. Request a Simple chart in the first dialog box and select Color as the categorical variable in the second dialog. 4. Obtain a pie chart (
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## This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course MATH 201 taught by Professor Crissinger during the Fall '08 term at University of Delaware.

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