Unit Overview: Bivariate data

Lessons:

8 lessons

Univariate and bivariate data

In this lesson, we will look at the difference between univariate and bivariate data.

• 1 Quiz
• 15m Video
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Representing bivariate data

In this lesson, we will explore examples of scatter graphs to represent bivariate data.

• 2 Quizzes
• 11m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
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Correlation

In this lesson, we will investigate different kinds of correlation and interpret them from scatter graphs.

• 2 Quizzes
• 11m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

Lines of best fit

In this lesson, we will learn how to draw lines of best fit on scatter graphs, and we will invesitgate the purpose of lines of best fit.

• 2 Quizzes
• 14m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

Correlation and Causation

In this lesson, we will investigate the relationship between causation and correlation.

• 2 Quizzes
• 13m Video
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• Worksheet
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Truncating axes

In this lesson, we will discuss the benefits are potential problems of truncating axes.

• 2 Quizzes
• 8m Video
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• Worksheet
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Data in tables

In this lesson, we will discuss whether data in tables fit our hypotheses or not.

• 2 Quizzes
• 12m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript

Choosing the right graph

In this lesson, we will discuss which graph is the appropriate to display for a hypothesis.

• 2 Quizzes
• 14m Video
• Presentation(PPT)
• Worksheet
• Transcript