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Data Analysis

Vocabulary Words

survey a method of collecting a sample of data by asking people questions
population whole set of individuals, items or data from which a statistical sample is drawn (whole group)
sample to get data from part of a group and use it give information about the whole group (part of a group)
tally using marks to record counting (counting by fives to get the total
score numerical value (any kind of measurement or count)
frequency the number of times a particular item appears in a set of data
graph drawing or diagram used to record information
table mathematical information organized in columns and row
bar graph a commonly used graph for organizing and displaying data
bars used to show quantities or numbers so they can be easily compared
pictograph uses pictures that may represent one or more unities to represent quantities
line graph uses straight lines to join points which represent the data
greater than more than, shows relationship between numbers
less than not as many as, shows relationship between numbers
equal to having the same amount or value
horizontal axis a real or imaginary reference line that goes from side to side
vertical axis a real or imaginary reference line that goes up and down
Created by: MissFehnel