# Ch 14: Visualizing Statistics

In this overview of visualizing statistics, learn about topics like frequency, range, graphical representations, standard deviation, and variance in statistics. These brief lessons are a great resource for individuals preparing for an exam or who need to supplement their math studies.

## Visualizing Statistics - Chapter Summary

This chapter includes lessons on visualizing statistics that will help you better understand inferential statistics, cumulative frequency tables, pie charts, regression lines, and more. The discussions will also cover topics like calculating the standard deviation or using other measures to understand data. After completing the chapter, you should be prepared to:

• Explain descriptive and inferential statistics
• Create histograms and frequency distributions
• Understand large amounts of data using cumulative frequency tables
• Interpret lines, bar graphs, and pie charts
• Analyze and interpret data using frequency polygons
• Measure central tendencies by calculating the mean, mode, range, and median
• Explain the relationship between correlation and scatterplots
• Interpret data using simple linear regression

We use brief video lessons to elevate your understanding of the concepts presented. Our expert instructors provide plenty of examples, and the videos also allow you to easily navigate to specific topics. A brief multiple-choice quiz is available for each lesson to test your knowledge, and the quizzes have links back to specific topics in the video for further review.

11 Lessons in Chapter 14: Visualizing Statistics
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