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Statistics Study of: organization, estimation, interpretation, and description of real life situations. (Population)
Individual Subject of a study. (Woman)
Individual Data/Scores Info collected from real life situations. (Woman's age)
Population Entire group of individuals and/or items. (All women in USA)
Qualitative Data Info that can be grouped by categories. (Sports Teams)
Quantitative Data Info that can be expressed numerically. (Test Scores)
Discrete Data Data observed as a whole number. (Children Born)
Nominal Data Info in the forms of names, lists, titles. (Kings of England)
Continuous Data Observations at any real number. (Miles)
Sample Info portion of population. (Yellow shirts in school)
Descriptive Stats Methods of organizing, picturing, summarizing data.
Inferential Stats Methods of drawing conclusions about a population from a sample.
Created by: Demure_Dulcet