Classifying and displaying categorical data
Investigating and comparing data distributions
General Maths Units 1 and 2 (2023+)
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This video looks at how you can classify and display categorical data. But, before we get into the pretty picture drawing, I take a look at what categorical and numerical data is. And how we can further sub-classify each of those. There are lots of examples to show how we can decide which is categorical and which is numerical. I then look at how we can use bar charts to draw categorical data before practicing the skills and finding out what the mode or modal category might be.
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