Displaying and describing categorical data distributions
Investigating and comparing data distributions
General Mathematics: Units 1 and 2
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This is the second video in the series dealing with Data and Statistics from the General Mathematics course. So, we've looked at data and now we're looking at frequency tables and how we can best represent them. You have already met them before ... but we now look at our trusted friend (the Bar Chart) in a whole new way. I take a look at how to represent data using a bar chart. I look at two different charts; frequency bar chart and percentage frequency bar chart. Using my own brand of teaching and entertainment I hope I can make the content seem easy to understand.
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