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Artsman Christmas Crossword


Where Shakespeare made all his money
football coach
Travel Token
Beep, Beep, Beep
Supporter of the arts
A coveted transaction
Doings, happenings
Meeting location
Inventors of CRM for the Arts & Entertainment industry
Good data habits result in fewer of these
Writing to patonrs
Interpreting your data
Really be sure with this checkbox in Theatre Manager
Survey Unit
Pay now, enjoy later
Election crusade
Fiduciary responsibility

Statistics Vocab Chapter 1 Crossword

Statistics Vocab Chapter 1 Crossword

Survey of an entire population
Subjects are assigned to different groups and selected at random
Infinitely possible values
Tendency of a measurement process to over or under estimate
Qualitative data which can be arranged in some type of order
Way to obtain data that involves applying a treatment
Study that collects data from the past
Data from a sample
Study that observes without attempting to modify
Survey that people do not have to partake in, such as a poll
Easiest of the sampling methods
Type of sampling in which you subdivide a population and select from subgroups
Sampling method that combines several other sampling methods
Qualitative data which cannot be arranged in an order
Group selected from a population
Values that are finite or countable
Perspective or circumstance in which data applies to
Quantitative data, difference between any two values is meaningful
Sampling method that has a starting point and selects every Kth element of the population
Sample data that was incorrectly collected, recorded or analyzed
Sampling method that divides the population into sections and randomly selects from those clusters
Subject and experimenter are both unaware whether the treatment or placebo is being applied
Study that collects data in the future from groups sharing common factors
Difference between the sample result and population result
Numerical values that represent counts/measurements
Level of measurement with a natural zero starting point
Repetition of an experiment

Chapter 1 Vocabulary Crossword


a place where people work, live, or play together
a member of a community, state, and country
concern for others
taking care of important things
a group of people who work together to run a city, a state, or a country
things we are free to do
to make a choice about something
the right to choose what we do and say
a rule that everyone must follow
one part of our government
something that happens as a result of an action
something helpful that is done for you
money to the government to pay for services
leaders who write and vote on new laws
the highest court in our country

Intro to Stats Sampling Methods and Biases Crossword

Intro to Stats Sampling Methods and Biases Crossword

Sampling when every 8th person is selected
A part of the group of interest
The process of gathering data from the entire population
The process of gathering data from part of the population
A parameter is data that describes a ____
Data that is gathered from a survey
The bias that occurs when people choose to participate in a survey
Bias that occurs when you choose your friends as a sample
Bias when not enough people answer your survey
Bias that occurs when your opinion is given in the questions
Bias when people lie answering questions
Sample selection when every person has the same chance of being selected
Sampling when the population is divided into groups. A few groups are randomly selected and everyone in those groups is surveyed.
Sampling when the population is divided into groups. A few people from each group are randomly selected

Unit 1 Vocabulary Crossword

Unit 1 Vocabulary Crossword

facts and statistics
collecting and analyzing numerical data
number of people
count or survey
small part of quantity
a numerical or other measurable factor
a fact or piece of data from a study of a large quantity of numerical data
expressing a certain quantity, amount or range
measures of 'types' and may be represented by a name, symbol, or a number code
distribution is the statistical or probabilistic properties of observable
without interuption
labeling or identification
normal numbers
cause and effect
observational study
watches for outcomes
data are collected in the future
not able to distinguish the effects
receiving a placebo
control group
guard against both experimenter bias and placebo effects
experimenter divides subjects into subgroups
repetition of experiment
ample members from a larger population are selected according to a random starting point and a fixed periodic interval
main types of non-probability sampling
the researcher divides the population into separate groups, called strata. Then, a probability sample (often a simple random sample ) is drawn from each group.
random sample from a population
caused by observing a sample instead of the whole population
It refers to the presence of any factor, whether systemic or random, that results in the data values not accurately reflecting the 'true' value for the population
equal probability of being chosen



The different elevations on site are shown as__________on the site plan.
Official survey points may be marked using _____________.
A legal right-of-way provision on another person's property.
A _______ may also influence the position of a structure on depth of the site.
The legal boundaries of a site are known as _________________.
The drawings shows the structure from the front or side views.
The drawing shows the structure from above looking down.
Lumber is commonly sold by its ________ size rather than its actual size.
All finish grade references on the drawings are keyed to a ______________.
A _______ depicts the connection of a piping system.



The results of a statistical investigation
Data that is counted
Data that is measured
Used to collect data from a selection of people in a community
Used to to collect data from all people in a community
A tool used to collect data when doing a survey
The entire group of people studied
A smaller selection of the population
The sample should be ________________ of the whole population under consideration
The sample should be ____________ ; in other words, the sample should allow for every person in the population to stand a chance of being selected
If the selection of the sample is not random, you stand the chance of having a ___________ sample
_______ data is data that is not organised in any meaningful way
The study and manipulation of data, including ways to gather, review, analyze, and draw conclusions from data

Chapter 5 vocab Crossword

Chapter 5 vocab Crossword

Systematically favors certain outcomes
Write-in or call-in opinion polls
Selection of whichever individuals are easiest to reach
In every set every individual has an equal opportunity of being picked
A long string of the digits 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
A number that describes the population
A group of people
A number that describes a sample
Represents a subset of manageable size
is consistent, repeated deviation of the sample statistic from the population parameter in the same direction when we take many samples
describes how spread out the values of the sample statis- tic are when we take many samples
Use random sampling to do this
Use a larger sample to do this to an SRS
that sample surveys announce translates sampling variability
has two parts: a margin of error and a level of confi dence
Errors caused by the act of taking a sample
the deviation between the sample statistic and the population parameter caused by chance in selecting a random sample
errors not related to the act of selecting a sample from the population
occurs when some groups in the population are left out of the process of choosing the sample
the failure to obtain data from an individual selected for a sample
A final influence on the results of a sample survey
Distinct groups of individuals
Sample chosen by chance

Stats Chapter 1 Vocab Crossword

Stats Chapter 1 Vocab Crossword

Results from an experiment
The relationship between two events
Analyzing and collecting data to draw conclusions
The amount of people living in a certain area
A survey/count of a population
Numbers that summarize a population's data.
A piece of data from a large study
Data that can be measured and represented by numbers
Data that describes
Separate, or distinct
Data that can't be restricted to separate values
Used to label variables with no quantitative values
Data type with ordered catagories
Draws inferences from a sample to a population where the independent variable is out of the person's control
Observes data from a population at a specific time
A study that looks back on suspected risk that affect the outcome.
Study that follows a group over time to see the affect of certain differences on the outcome of the study
A variable that influences the independent and dependent variables.
Not telling patients if they're taking a placebo or not.
The affect of thinking you're taking a medicine when in reality you aren't.
When neither the researchers nor the patients know who is receiving the medication and who isn't
When test subjects are split into subgroups because of traits they closely share with a few people
A remake of the conditions in which an experiment is done to increase consistency
Dividing population size by sample size
Polling people who are easy to reach
Splitting up a group into 4 parts and pulling data from each one separately
When people are split into clusters and then their data is compared to the data of the whole population
Error in an analysis from not representing teh sample
Errors that arise from not from systematic errors
Making a sample with the goal of reaching every possible sample in a population
Each member of a subset has an equal chance of being chosen
When subjects are put into blocks through random selection
When subjects are randomly assigned to treatments

Statistics Crossword

Statistics Crossword

A collection of data from a sample to be analyzed for a bigger sample
A smaller group from entire population
An entire group of items under consideration
Measuring items by a number quantity
To put an item in a group based on a trait
To be pushed into a decision based on emotions
The question designed to push you into a direction
When the results are liked the survey is released
Confused by multiple factors that affect the results
Organize the population then choose every Nth item
Spinner, random number generator, pulling names out of a hat
Finding surveys with little to no effort