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there are different ways to produce a table, and I think what's particularly useful for this one is the tree-leaf method, as for the graph, it's basic
I just want to know how to make a frequency table and histogram on my computer because i take online classes?
do you have any programming software
I've never used excel on this one, but I am sure it is the same you catalogue it in an x-y plane for every data point you have and the same value stacks up
okay well this is how a histogram looks
try inputting your values in an excel program and then use the auto-sort tool into increasing order
the good thing about the leaf-method I was talking about because it shows you right away the shape of the histogram
I know what they look like but I am doing a worksheet for my Statistics class, and its online…. so thats why I was asking the easiest way to make one
ok. Thank you! I will try excel! In a normal statistics class, on campus would you have to draw out the frequency table and histogram yourself?
I will show you why
you can go online and type histogram generator
I've taken statistics where it did not require us to use programs, but more like analysis methods
copy paste your data set, and specify the interval
sorry I used the wrong term it's STEM and LEAF method
This is just my first week of this class. I have a scanner so I thought if I could just draw them out it would be easier..
oh ye, you can draw it by hand no doubt, laughing out loud
why are you laughing?
The question said a histogram freq in single units on the y-axis and even intervals on the x-axis the total of all your numbers (the different heights) should add up to 40
I see lowest recorded 15 highest recorded 52