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Ch 2: Presentation of Scientific Data

About This Chapter

Learn about the presentation of scientific data, including how to construct graphs and how to analyze statistical information. These brief lessons are a great resource for individuals preparing for an exam, or in need of a refresher on how to present scientific data.

Presentation of Scientific Data - Chapter Summary

The lessons in this chapter review the presentation of scientific data. One of the topics covered is how to interpret the slope and intercept of a linear model. You'll also look at how to read both graphs and charts with scientific data. After completing the chapter, you should be prepared to:

  • Discuss the types of graphs and charts used by scientists as visual aids to summarize their findings
  • Construct and interpret scatter-plots from data
  • Explain how psychologists analyze and test the significance of data
  • Use slope and intercept to predict and understand statistical data

Our subject matter experts present the information in these lessons using plenty of examples to ensure the material is easy to understand. You can use the Help tab or your Dashboard to submit questions to instructors if you get stuck on a topic. A brief multiple-choice quiz is available for each lesson to test your knowledge. Each lesson is also accompanied by a full written transcript.

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