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statistics vocabulary

A large, general group. Population
This sampling breaks the population down into groups called strata. Stratified samples
These samples make a person want to lean to a specific answer. Biased samples
Using only those which you believe will support you. Cherry picking
A case in which a handed out survey has few responses. Non-response bias
Strongly opinionated samples of people. Self-selected sample
A case in which people are surveyed in person. Face-to-face interviews
A case in which people are free to respond to the survey on their own time. Self-administered surveys
This type of sampling gives everyone an equal chance of being chosen. Random samples
The mean, median, and mode (as a group) is called what? Measure of central tendency
This can display a large amount of data in an organized fashion. It lists values and the number of times each value is listed in the data. Frequency distribution table
Data that is listed. Ungrouped data
Data place in intervals. Grouped data