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## Statistics, Describing Relationships note

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# Statistics, Describing Relationships note

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This covers the basics of describing relationships.
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Statistics
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Kenneth Spohn
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Date Created: 10/17/16
Describing Relationships 3.1 Scatterplots and Correlation The Principles ● Plot the data, then add numerical summaries.  ● Look for overall patterns and departures from those patterns.  ● When there’s a regular overall pattern, use a simplified model to describe it. Explanatory and Response Variables ● A response variable measures an outcome of a study. An explanatory variable  may help explain or predict changes in a response variable Displaying Relationships: Scatterplots ● The most useful graph for displaying the relationship between two quantitative  variables is a scatterplot. ● values of one variable appear on the horizontal axis, and the values of the other  variable appear on the vertical axis. ●  Each individual in the data appears as a point in the graph Form a Scatterplot 1. Decide which variable should go on each axis. 2.  Label and scale your axes.  3. Plot individual data value Describing Scatterplots  ● The graph shows a clear direction: the overall pattern moves from upper left to  lower right. ● The form of the relationship is slightly curved.  ● The strength of a relationship in a scatterplot is determined by how closely the  points follow a clear form. ● Outliers fall outside the overall pattern Positive and Negative associations ● Two variables have a positive association when above­average values of one  tend to accompany above­average values of the other and when below­average values  also tend to occur together. ● Two variables have a negative association when above­average values of one  tend to accompany below­average values of the other. Measuring Linear Association: Correlation ● A scatterplot displays the direction, form, and strength of the relationship  between two quantitative variables. ● Linear relationships are important because a straight line is a simple pattern that  is common. ●  A linear relationship is strong if the points lie close to a straight line and weak if  they are widely scattered about a line.  ● The correlation r measures the direction and strength of the linear relationship  between two quantitative variables. ● The correlation r is always a number between −1 and 1 ● Correlation indicates the direction of a linear relationship by its sign: r > 0 for a  positive association and r < 0 for a negative association.  How to calculate the correlation r: use the formula Facts about Correlation 1. Correlation makes no distinction between explanatory and response variables.  2. Because r uses the standardized values of the observa­ tions, r does not change  when we change the units of measurement of x, y, or both. 3. The correlation r itself has no unit of measurement. ● Correlation does not imply causation. ● Correlation requires that both variables be quantitative, ● Correlation requires that both variables be quantitative, ● A value of r close to 1 or −1 does not guarantee a linear relationship between two variables. ●  the correlation is not resistant: r is strongly affected by a few outlying  observations.  ● Correlation is not a complete summary of two­variable data,

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