Lecture Slides / Commentary Notes Copyright 2004- by Young-Sun Lee
Review Graphical Representation of Data
Central Tendency Measures
Lecture Slides / Commentary Notes Copyright 2004-
Lecture 3: Graphical
Representation of Data
Review Frequency Distribution
Rules for Graphing
Graphing Quantitative Data
Graphing Qualitative Data
Grouped Frequency Distribution
Relative Frequency Distribution
Real Limits vs. Apparent Limits
Cumulative Percentage Frequency Distribution
Frequency Distribution for Qualitat
SCHEDULE OF THE TOPICS AND READINGS
There will be approximately 15 class sessions. Lectures and assignments will be posted
on TCs class site using the Blackboard courseware. (https:/online.tc.columbia.edu)
Overview / Introduct
These are the topics to be covered in this lecture.
Read Chapter 1.
Statistics are all around us. We use them every day, perhaps without realizing
we are doing so. Statistics help us make sense of the information we receive
about events in our life.