One of the simplest forms of quantitative statistical analysis which involves the analysis of two variables to determine the relationship between them.
A graph based on the minimum, lower quartile, median, upper quartile, and maximum of statistical data.
The capacity of one variable to influence another.
Midpoint of a given value of data; mean is used to find it.
A selection of all or part of a set of numbers without regard about the order they are selected in
A statistical technique used to determine, measure, and describe the strength and direction of two variables' relationship.
Used to determine the amount of observations that are above or below a certain data set.
Information which conclusions can be drawn from.
When a distribution is stretched or squeezed.
A chart consisting of fairly simple scale in which data is plotted, commonly, by dots.
A bar graph that shows the frequency of data items in numerical intervals.
The average of a numerical set.
The middle number of a numerical set.
The most frequently occurring in a number set.
Upper Quartile-Lower Quartile
Entries in the body of a table
Entries in the "Total" columns and "Total" rows
A point that falls above the third quartile or below the first quartile at more than 1.5 times the interquartile range.
An arrangement of all or part of a set of objects, with regard to the order of the arrangement.
Categorical Data
Numerical Data
The three points that divide data into four equal parts
Subgroup Count/Total Count
Used to categorize and quantify variables
A histogram that rises to the left
A histogram that rises to the right
The extent to which a distribution stretches or squeezes
Estimates of the value of a population parameter
A histogram that could be perfectly folded in half
Data with only one variable
The measure of datas resistance to outliers

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