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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC222H5
Professor
Weiguo Zhang
Semester
Fall

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SOC222 th Sept 16 Frequency and Distribution and Central Tendency Frequency Distribution - a listing of all observed scores (or categories) of a variable and the frequency, of each score of category - the frequency of a score or category is not very informative by itself so we compute relative frequency in percentages - frequency distribution for variables measured at nominal level - frequency distribution for variables measured at ordinal level - frequency distribution for variables measured at interval-ratio level Gender: f (frequency), % Male: 8 40 Female: 12 60 Total: 20 100 f/N: proportion %=f/N*100 Expected Grade f % A 4 20 B 13 65 C 3 15 Total 20 100 Measures of Central Tendency 1. mode - can be used for any kind of data but only measure of central tendency for nominal or
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