Descriptions of Univariate Data

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A univariate dataset (i.e., a list of numbers) can be briefly described in a variety of numerical and graphical ways. The left side of the image shows the histogram and the box (or box-and-whisker) plot for a dataset, and the right side shows some numerical measures of location and spread. A different dataset can be obtained by moving the "dataset" slider. You can make the dataset more or less "spread out" by using the "spread" slider.

Contributed by: Chris Boucher (March 2011)
Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA


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