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Analyzing categorical data

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Welcome to AP Statistics

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This course contains 4 segments:

Welcome to AP Statistics

Welcome! Statistics is the science of collecting, summarizing, analyzing, interpreting, and drawing conclusions from data. We're excited to offer lessons specifically designed for AP Statistics.

Analyzing one categorical variable

Let's learn how to create and read bar graphs to describe categorical data.

Two-way tables

We use two-way tables to see the relationship between two categorical variables. Let's learn the basics of how to create and read two-way tables.

Distributions in two-way tables

To see see if there is a relationship between the variables in a two-way table, we look at special distributions within the two-way table. Identifying and reading marginal and conditional distributions help us to see the relationships in two-way tables.

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