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Ch 3: Exploring Bivariate Data

About This Chapter

This chapter helps you review bivariate data, with relevant definitions and examples that can help you understand how the values of variables are paired and associated. You'll practice techniques for analyzing and problem solving with such data.

Exploring Bivariate Data - Chapter Summary

In this chapter on bivariate data, you'll have the opportunity to explore the relationships between variables and their significance in data analysis. Each lesson breaks down an important aspect of these types of statistics and allows you to review the underlying concepts in a way that is straightforward and concise. By the end of this chapter you will be able to:

  • Define and analyze correlation of data points
  • Solve equations using least-squares regression
  • Give examples of residual plots
  • Explain transformations of the 1/x function
  • Use the appropriate steps to solve linear regression problems

Our expert instructors have created the lessons in this chapter to help you solidify your knowledge of bivariate data. You'll be able to choose video or text lessons, and you can test your knowledge with brief self-assessment quizzes. All of your progress is tracked on your Dashboard so you can evaluate your readiness for an exam.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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