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univariate, bivariate, multivariate data sets
one, 2, and more than 2 variables, duh!
explanitory/response variable
x (independant), y (dependant)
Descriptive Stats
methods for summerizing data
Inferential Stats
generalizing from a sample to a population
parameter
# measures about the population (greek letters)
Sample
# measures about the sample (use regular letters for variables)
Categorical data
aka Qualitative. i.e. gender, animal
Numerical data
aka quantitative. two types: discrete+continuous
Nominal
only name/label. categorical. can measure frequency/%/mode
ordinal
categorical. data can be put in order, but interval between measurements is not meaningful. can measure relative size (<, =, >), median