Chapters

Introduction

Welcome

Learning objectives

Recap of past learning

Writing statistical reports

Direction of an association

Examples

Form of an association

Examples

Strength of an association (Strong)

Strength of an association (Moderate)

Strength of an association (Weak)

Summary

How to interpret a scatterplot

Investigating relationships between two numerical variables

Year 11

This is the next video in the series for data analysis and the General Maths Units 1 and 2 course. I now take a look at how to interpret a scatter plot having used previous lessons to construct them (by hand and using the CAS). In this course it's important to be able to describe the data. Taking a table of values and turning it into a graph is all well and good, but we then need to use technical language to describe it. This video uses a number of examples to explain the theory and guide you through what you have to write.

Published: May 17, 2021

Length: 12 mins and 15 seconds

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