# Ch 15: Bivariate Relationships in Statistics

Watch the lessons of this chapter to improve your understanding of bivariate data, scatterplots, correlations, simple linear regressions and the uses of correlation and regression analysis.

## Bivariate Relationships in Statistics - Chapter Summary

In these lessons, our professional instructors will help you improve your understanding of bivariate relationships and the statistics used to evaluate them. Follow along with our instructors to review the uses of scatter plots as well as the calculations for correlations and linear regressions. After this chapter you should be able to answer questions about:

• The definition of bivariate data
• Uses of scatterplots and line graphs
• Processes of creating scatterplots
• Formulas and interpretations of Pearson correlations
• Differences between correlation and causation
• What a regression analysis is
• Formulas for simple linear regressions
• Steps for using linear regressions to solve problems

After these lessons, use the lesson transcripts to fortify your retention of the information presented in them and study the key terms and concepts. Take the lesson quizzes to identify the topics you don't understand, and use the video tags to return to and review the parts of the lessons that explain these topics. If you come across a topic that confuses you, use the 'teacher' tabs of the lessons to ask our instructors for assistance.

11 Lessons in Chapter 15: Bivariate Relationships in Statistics
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