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## Week 2 of PSYX 222

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# Week 2 of PSYX 222 PSYX 222

Victoria Lassettre
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COURSE
Psychological Statistics
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Daniel Dennis
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2
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Statistics, Psychology
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Date Created: 02/07/16
Margin of Error: we know that there is sampling fluctuation and if we keep on taking samples than the sample mean value may average out to be the same Chapter 2: Graphical and numerical methods are used to display and summarize data Equivalence class: an interval that falls on a frequency distribution  Also called class intervals  Ungrouped: occurs when each interval represents one value  Grouped: the interval represents more than one value on a frequency distribution ▯ Nominal upper limit: the highest value found on a frequency distribution ▯ Nominal lower limit: the lowest value found on a frequency distribution  Real limits show that there are no gaps between the intervals ▯ Class interval size: the range between the values in an interval  EX: i=17-14=3  Expectations: be mutually exclusive, be continuous, 10-20 class intervals, intervals be the same size, preferred class interval sizes be used, interval should be a multiple of the number of values within an interval, highest interval ranking can be either be at the bottom or the top ▯ Calculating number of interval classes: (range/preferred i)=10-20 intervals ▯ It is useful to group frequencies as either a proportion or as a percentage  Proportion: f/n  Percentage: (f/n)*100% ▯ Relative frequency distribution: shows the % of each interval in relation to the other intervals ▯ Cumulative frequency distribution: shows the percentages of scores below the upper limit of each interval  Cumulative frequency proportion: (total frequency values so far)/n ▯ Bar graph: a way of organizing data in a way that the groupings are being viewed as discrete intervals ▯ Histogram: a way of organizing data that has the groupings viewed as continuous intervals ▯ Frequency polygon: instead of using bars, like you would with a histogram, to depict frequency dots are placed at the midpoints are used  Calculating the midpoint: (upper limit of class interval + lower limit of class interval)/2 ▯ Cumulative frequency polygon: the dots are placed at the upper limit of the class interval  Ogive ▯ Stem-and-leaf display histogram turned on its side and displays the values within each interval ▯ Kurtosis: property of being peaked, flat, or somewhere in between ▯ Symmetrical: the left side is a mirror image of the right side and vice versa ▯ Negatively skewed: the longer tail points towards the origin ▯ Positively skewed: the longer tail points towards positive infinity ▯ Binomal: distribution with two equal maximum frequency humps ▯ Multimodal: has 3 or more humps with the same frequency ▯ J & U distributions: the distributions are in the shape of the two letters ▯ Rectangular/uniform distribution: all of the intervals have the same frequency ▯ Pictogram: presents images in order to convey quantity ▯ ▯

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