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Data About Us

CMP: Data About Us

axis The number lines that are used to make a graph.
bar graph A graphical representation of a table of data in which the height of each bar indicates its value.
categorical data Values that are "words" that represent possible responses within a given category.
coordinate graph A graphical representation of pairs of related numerical values.
data Values such as counts, ratings, measurements, or opinions that are gathered to answer questions.
line plot A quick, simple way to organize data along a number line where the Xs (or other symbols) above a number represent how often each value is mentioned.
mean A value that represents a middle value or typical value in a set of data.
median The numerical value that marks the middle of an ordered set of data.
mode Of a distribution, the category or numerical value that occurs most often.
numerical data Values that are numbers such as counts, measurements, and ratings.
outlier One ore more values that lie "outside" of a distribution of the data.
range The range of a distribution is computed by stating the lowest and highest values.
scale The size of the units on an axis of a graph or number line.
stem and leaf plot A quick way to picture the shape of a distribution while including the actual numerical values in the graph.
survey A method for collecting data that uses interviews.
table A tool for organizing information in rows and columns.
Created by: edogg69