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## Chapter 2 Notes

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# Chapter 2 Notes APSY210

Taylar Delisle
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Median, mode, quartiles, std, more
COURSE
Experimental Statistics
PROF.
Dubek
TYPE
Class Notes
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2
WORDS
CONCEPTS
Statistics, Psychology
KARMA
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Date Created: 09/15/16
Chapter 2 Notes   ➔  report a measure of ​spr ​ ead along with a measure of ​ce​nter when describing a distribution  numerically  ◆ Spread ­ entire set of numbers  ◆ Center­ how to find it:   ● Mid point on a distribution   ○  Same as identifying its “location” along the Dependent Variable  (x axis)  scale.  ● Also known as t​he m ​ edian (average, middle number)  ○ value with exactly half the data values below it and half above it.  ○  identifying the center of skewed distributions or ordinal variables.    ➔ Range­ maximum number minus minimum number    (max­min)   ◆ Disadvantage: range is a single extreme value can make it very large and, thus,  not representative of the data overall.  ◆ one index of the spread or “dispersion” of a distribution     ➔ Mode­ most common number  ◆ Ex: Mode of 7,8,8,7,3,1,6,9,3,8 = 8    ➔ Mean­ average of all the numbers  ◆ Formula:  ​ ( Σ x​i​ / ​   ◆ Measures the center    ➔  interquartile range (IQR)­ allows mathematician to focus on center of data  ◆ Quartiles­ divide the data into four equal sections.   ● Lower­ 25th percentile and less of all score   ● Higher­ 75th percentile and higher of all scores  ◆ IQR = upper quartile – lower quartile    ➔ Variance:   ◆ Formula: ​ Σ( ​ x­m)^2 all over n   ○  ( ​  ​ Σ​9x­m^2))/n  ◆ a quantity equal to the square of the standard deviation    ➔ Standard Deviation  ◆ Formula      Chapter 2 Notes   ◆ square root of the variance and is measured in the same units as the original  data.   ➔ When telling about a quantitative variable, always report the shape of its distribution,  along with a center and a spread.   ◆  If the shape is skewed, report the median and IQR.   ◆  If the shape is symmetric, report the mean and standard deviation and possibly  the median and IQR as well.    ➔ Box Plot chart:   ◆ a graphical display of the five number summary:  ○ Min, Max, Median, lower quartile, upper quartile  ◆ Useful when comparing groups

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