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Bookeeping Items Review Chapter 1 Organizing Categorical Data Lecture 3-Chapter 2-Picturing Variations with Graphs January 10, 2014 Lecture 3-Chapter 2-Picturing Variations with Graphs
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Bookeeping Items Review Chapter 1 Organizing Categorical Data Today’s Agenda Bookeeping Items MSL enrollment Review Chapter 1 New Chapter 2 Lecture 3-Chapter 2-Picturing Variations with Graphs
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Bookeeping Items Review Chapter 1 Organizing Categorical Data Fathom Purchase You probably needs an gmail account to gain access to the Sign-up sheet Latest news about Fathom: the department may distribute the software for FREE. I’ll keep you updated. Lecture 3-Chapter 2-Picturing Variations with Graphs
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Bookeeping Items Review Chapter 1 Organizing Categorical Data Q1- Review: Causal Relationships Which of the following methods is suitable for making conclusions about causal relationships? A. Anecdotes. B. Observational studies. C. Controlled experiments. D. All of the above. Lecture 3-Chapter 2-Picturing Variations with Graphs
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Bookeeping Items Review Chapter 1 Organizing Categorical Data Which of the following methods is suitable for making making conclusions about causal relationships? A. Anecdotes. B. Observational studies. C. Controlled experiments. D. All of the above. Lecture 3-Chapter 2-Picturing Variations with Graphs
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Bookeeping Items Review Chapter 1 Organizing Categorical Data Q2-Review: Anecdote An anecdote is essentially a story that someone tells about her or his own (or a friend’s or relative’s) experience. A. True B. False Lecture 3-Chapter 2-Picturing Variations with Graphs
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Bookeeping Items Review Chapter 1 Organizing Categorical Data Q2-Review: Anecdote An anecdote is essentially a story that someone tells about her or his own (or a friend’s or relative’s) experience.
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