Dec 15

Histogram versus time series plot - Example 2.2

Histogram versus time series plot - comparing them lets you understand what they are. The main idea is this: to define a plot, you have to say what you put on the vertical axis and what - on the horizontal axis. Many AP Statistics texts do not follow this definition format. As a result, students can only recognize a chart but cannot give its definition. This creates problems when a student need to answer a more substantive question.


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2 Responses for "Histogram versus time series plot - Example 2.2"

  1. […] will be close to the population parameter. The histograms have been obtained as explained here and here. Download the Excel […]

  2. […] can be done in Excel. See examples: Exercise 2.1, Exercise 2.2, Exercise 2.3, Exercise 2.4, Example 2.2, and this post about active learning. Even the law of large numbers and central limit theorem can […]

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