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Graphical Excellence Complex ideas communicated with clarity, precision, and efficiency Shows the data

Makes you think about substance rather than method, graphic design, or something else Many numbers in a small space Makes large data sets coherent

Summarizing

Charts

Plots

Plots for Numerical UnivariateData Scatter plot (vs. observation number) Histogram Stem and Leaf Box Plot (Box and Whiskers) QQ Plot (Normal probability plot)

Data Vs time

Histogram

Diagrams

Stem and Leaf Diagram for Iris Data Decimal point is 1 place to the left of the colon 23 : 0 24 : 25 : 26 : 27 : 28 : 29 : 0 30 : 000000 31 : 0000 32 : 00000 33 : 00 34 : 000000000 35 : 000000 36 : 000 37 : 000 38 : 0000 39 : 00 40 : 0 41 : 0 42 : 0 43 : 44 : 0

For a theoretical distribution: The quantile is the value of a random variable X, xp, such that P(X<xp)=p. For the normal distn: In S-Plus: qnorm(p), 0<p<1, gives the quantile. In S-Plus: pnorm(q) gives the probability. For a sample: The order statistics are the sample values in ascending order. Denoted X(1),X(n) The quantileis the data value in the sorted sample, such that a fraction p of the data is less than or equal to that value.

1)Arrange observations from smallest to largest. 2)For a given proportion p, compute the sample size p= np. 3)If np is NOT an integer, round up to the next integer (ceiling (np)) and set the corresponding observation = xp. 4)If np is an integer k, average the kth and (k + 1)st ordered values. This average is then xp. Text has a different algorithm

Example: Data: {0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} = {x(1),x(2),x(3),x(4),x(5),x(6), x(7)} n=7 Q1= ceiling(0.25*7) = 2 Q1= x(2)= 1 = 25thpercentile Q2= ceiling(0.50*7) = 4 Q2= x(4)= 3 = median (50thpercentile) Q3= ceiling(0.75*7) = 6 Q3= x(6)= 5 = 75thpercentile Different methods for calculating quantiles.

Two data sets may have the same center and but quite different dispersions around it. Two ways to summarize variability: 1. Give the values that divide the data into equal parts.Median is the 50thpercentileThe 25th, 50th, and 75thpercentiles are called quartiles (Q1,Q2,Q3) and divide the data into four equal parts.The minimum, maximum, and three quartiles are called the five number summary of the data. 2. Compute a single number, e.g., range, interquartile range, variance, and standard deviation.

Measures of dispersion

Measures of dispersion

Example

Be careful with

Normal

Box plots

Review

Order the data. The ith ordered data value is the pth quantile, where p = (i -0.5)/n, 0<p<1. Text uses i/(n+1). (Why cant we just say i/n)? Obtain quantiles from theoretical distribution corresponding to the values for p. E.g. qnorm(p), in S-Plus for normal distribution. Plot theoretical quantiles vs. empirical quantiles(sorted data). S-Plus: plot(qnorm((1:length(y)-0.5)/n), sort(y)) Fit line through first and third quartiles of each distribution.

QQ Plot

When two or more variables are measured on each sampling unit, the result is multivariate data. If only two variables are measured the result is bivariate data. One variable may be called the x variable and the other the y variable. We can analyze the x and y variable separately with the methods we have learned so far, but these methods would NOT answer questions about the relationship between x and y.What is the nature of the relationship between x and y (if any)?How strong is the relationship?How well can one variable be predicted from the other?

Doctors Salaries

The interpreter of a survey of doctors salaries in 1990 and again in 2000 concluded that their average income actually declined from $97,000 in 1990 to $91,000 in 2000. Income is measured here in nominal (not adjusted for inflation) dollars.

What deductive piece of logic might clarify the real meaning of this particular pair of statistics? Look more deeply: Is there a piece missing? Here is a very simple breakdown of the numbers that may help.

Conclusion

If MD salaries are broken into two categories by age: Doctors younger than 45 constituted 50% of the MD population in 1980 and 70% in 1990 Younger doctors tend to earn less than older, more experienced doctors Parsed by age, MD salaries increased in both age categories!

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