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Vocabulary #11

Data Analysis

Frequency Table A way to show how often something occurs
Bar Graphs A graph in which the lengths of the bars are used to represent and compare data
Dot Plot A data display consisting of a horizontal number line on which each data point is denoted by a dot or an "X" above the corresponding number line value
Scatter Plot The graph of a set of data pairs (x, y), which is a set of points in the coordinate plane
Stem-and-Leaf Plot A data display that organizes data points by separating each into a leaf (last digit) and a stem (remaining digits)
Data Information, facts, or numbers that describe something
Categorical Data Set of data that is divided into different categories or grouped according to the attributes of the data
Numerical Data Values, or observations that can be measured
Ascending Increasing in size; sloping or leading upward
Descending Move or fall downward; sloping or leading downward
Created by: brandy.laule