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So, I got a little to crazy with things in my personal life and couldn't focus on SQL queries anymore. - C 820 - Professional Communication and Leadership in Healthcare, C 301 - Translational Research for Practice and Populations, C 955 an arrangement of values that demonstrates their frequency or occurrence, categorical data; displays counts or frequencies for a category, quantitative data, data is represented by a single point, quantitative data, shows distribution while representing specific data points, quantitative data, can be used to compare data sets, each part is 25% of data, quantitative data, display frequencies or counts, numerical data, it makes sense for it to be added, data that consists of names, labels, or other nonnumerical values, a way to approximate a percentage by dividing the number of times an event occurred by the number of trials, a record of the number of times data occurs within a certain category, an observation point (number) that is distant from the other observations of a data set, a measure of central tendency that is used to describe an entire set of data with one value that represents the middle or center of the distribution (mean, median, mode), a set of numbers between two specified values, a table that allows data to be collected by marking how often an event has occurred in a certain interval, the left half of a data set being roughly identical to the right half, normal distribution, results from graphing frequency versus distribution for a trait that varies continuously in a population, type of data distribution where frequency starts small, increases, then gradually decreases again, distribution where data starts small and consistently increases before dropping off again, distribution where data in the middle is lower than the data on the left or right, distribution where all data is virtually the same, the collection and classification of data that are in the form of numbers, data resulting from a test that accurately measures what it was intended to measure, lists the minimum, first quartile, median, third quartile, and maximum in a data set, divides data into four equally sized groups, difference between the third quartile and the first quartile, normal symmetric (measures of center and spread), explanatory variable (independent variable), both variables are categorical; displayed in a two way frequency table (contingency table), categorical and quantitative; displayed in with side by side box plots, quantitative to quantitative; displayed in a scatterplot, a number that falls somewhere from -1 to 1 the closer to 0, the weaker the linear relationship, a grouping of a number of similar things away from the majority of points in a data set, all subjects in a study which have the characteristics being evaluated, the subset of the study population that is being studied, a subset of the population with similar characteristics to the entire population, the list of all people or things that may be included in the study, the technique used to select people within the sampling frame, participants in the study are chosen randomly from the entire population, researches invite everyone in the sampling frame to participate, researchers break the population into separate and distinct categories and SOME people are selected from each category, population is broken into categories and ALL people from some categories are chosen, just observing what happens in a situation, some treatment is applied and the results are observed, a pattern or relationship between two variables, a relationship between two variables that can be defined as cause and effect, a variable not included in an analysis but is related to two or more associated variables that were analyzed, a measure of the relationship between two variables, a situation that occurs when a trend or result that appears in different groups of data disappears when the groups are combined, used when multiple variables quantities relate to each other; if an association is determined to exist, this can be used for a description and prediction, the variable that is obtained as a result (dependent variable); y axis, the variable that may be the cause of some result (independent variable); x axis, the prediction of one response variable's value from one or more explanatory variables value when there is a linear relationship between the two values, a line drawn through the center of a group of points on a scatter plot, a technique for finding the regression line, estimation using the linear regression equation is BETWEEN known data points, estimation using the linear regression equation is made OUTSIDE known data points, two variables' values move in the same direction as one another, two variables' values move in the opposite direction of one another, the presumption that a given result or relationship is caused by more than just random chance, a measurable difference between two groups or samples that reflects a real difference, rather than chance, a statistical test that tells whether a result is significant, the p-value cutoff for statistical significance; any p-value below the set significance level is considered statistically significant, a single possible result of an experiment, a set of outcomes whose chance can be represented with porbability, an experiment is fair if all outcomes are equally likely; opposite of biased, a collection of information that is part of a larger set, collection of all elements listed in multiple sets, is computed by dividing the number of outcomes in which a desired event occurs by the number of total outcomes, caluclated by conducting trials and recording the results; data gathering, experiment with uncertain outcome in which all outcomes are independent of each other, the set of possible outcomes for an experiment, the number of individuals measured or observed in a study; number of possible outcomes in a trial or experiment, the occurrence of an event NOT happening; the opposite, two events that cannot occur at the same time; P(A or B)=P(A)+P(B), not affected by trials or other events; P(A and B)=P(A) X P(B), the occurrence of the first outcome affects the probability of the second outcome; P(A and B)=P(A) X P(B|A), the probability of an event occurring given that another event has occurred; P(B∣A)=P(A and B)P(A).