S1.1: Classifying and representing data: With data collected, how are you going to use and analyse it. Dives into different types of graphs including Dot plots, stem-and-leaf, Frequency and Pareto Chats. Some you have already seen in previous years but you will get into more details.
Do you understand the different types of sampling methods - systematic sampling, self-selected sampling, capture-recapture, simple random sampling and stratified sampling? After we look a the different types of sampling, we can look at home to organise and display this data. Finally, this section will allow us to interpret and determine which is the best way to display this data - tabular and/or graphical representations.
Make sure you pay close attention to this topic. May be confusing at the beginning but once you understand the terminology - becomes nice and easy for you.
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The diagnostic quiz for Classifying Data has been designed for a quick little revision quiz for the whole Classifying Data topic. Each sub topic of Classifying Data will be covered in the diagnostic quiz.
How to test yourself
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Why do a Diagnostic Quiz?
Test Understanding - If you have completed the entire topic at school, run through the diagnostic to make sure that you have not forgotton anything
Revision / Test Preparation - The best way to identify which areas to focus on for an upcoming test or school quiz. If you are struggling in a particular subtopic in Classifying Data, the diagnostic quiz will pick this up. This means that you can then go back to the topic quizzes and do additional practice in the right area.