Diagnostic Quiz on Exploring and Describing Data
Subtopics of Exploring and Describing Data
S1.2: Summary statistics: Some revision from previous years here and look at a range of data including central tendency, measures and spreads, describing and comparing distributions and the famous parallel box and whisker plots.
Once we have a lot of data, are there any results that look strange (outliers)? This is really where we start to do mathematical calculations on the data that we have collected to makes sure that it looks OK. Now if you look at your results, you too can compare your improvement over time.