## Tutorial 9 – Describing Distributions

Jan 07

Core (Data Analysis) boxplot, dotplot, histogram, IQR, median, outliers, range, shape, stem plot, univariate 4 Comments

Now that you know all about how to represent data -- in histograms, dot plots, bar charts, stem plots, and box plots -- we can look at how to describe and compare them. This tutorial will cover how to describe distributions in terms of their shape, centre and spread, and whether there are any outliers present. It’s in two parts. There’s also a practice exercise video coming to follow up on this theory. Without further ado…

Part One:

Part Two:

eyasu

Aug 12, 2014@ 17:41:02just perfect explanation I like so much your tutors. quite interesting. thank you.

Noor

Sep 23, 2012@ 03:07:39Lmaooo ,

Avery , Jacks right ,suck it up!!, this woman is amazing and her informal language and abbreviations help most of us relate . Lol

Much love, love your videos

Jack

Nov 04, 2011@ 08:43:05avery, shes giving free tutoring, stop being a wanker and take what help you can get

Avery

Oct 03, 2011@ 19:32:27Would appreciate it if you could actually be serious when telling us how to describe – not “woah woah, outlier in the field” as I can’t exactly write that on an exam. Cheers.