M119L01to04-page11 - 18 Whigs(W 4 Other 6 Historical Note...

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(Lesson 4: More Statistical Graphics; 2-4) 2.08 Thus far, we have been dealing with quantitative data, the most common form of numerical data. We will now look at qualitative data. PART E: PARETO CHARTS Example Political parties of the 43 U.S. Presidents (as of 2007): Party affiliation Frequency Democrats (D) 15 Republicans (R)
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Unformatted text preview: 18 Whigs (W) 4 Other 6 Historical Note : The six “Others” included four Democratic-Republicans and two Federalists. A Pareto chart resembles a histogram, except that the horizontal axis is organized by categories, not by quantitative measurements. The categories are listed in descending order of frequency....
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