Organizing and Visualizing Variables
is a lecture which is covered within the Statistic or Basic Business Statistic module by business and economics students.
When you organize the data, you sometimes begin to discover patterns or relationships in the data. To better explore and discover patterns and relationships, you can visualize your data by creating various charts and special displays.
Because the methods used to organize and visualize the data collected for categorical variables differ from the methods used to organize and visualize the data collected for numerical variables, this lecture discusses them in separate sections. You will always need to first determine the type of variable, numerical or categorical, you seek to organize and visualize, in order to choose appropriate methods.
This lecture also contains a section on common errors that people make when visualizing variables. When learning methods to visualize variables, you should be aware of such possible errors because of the potential of such errors to mislead and misinform decision makers about the data you have collected.
In this lecture you learn to:
- To construct tables and charts for categorical data
- To construct tables and charts for numerical data
- The principles of properly presenting graphs
- To organize and analyze many variables
In this file you will find:
- Organizing and Visualizing Variables Lecture Power Point Presentation
- Test Bank with 212 different related questions with full answer description and explanation
- 93 Exercises related to the topic with all answers to them
- Defining and Collecting Data Reading Resources file in order to enhance Lecturer/Teacher/Student knowledge
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