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Contingency table, population distributions, notation

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Department
Statistics
Course
STAT 301
Professor
Brett Hunter
Semester
Fall

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2 September Contingency Table Way to summarize the relationship between two variables/events B BC Total A A∩B A∩B C A C C C C C A A ∩B A ∩B A Total B BC Ω Usually counts given, occasionally probabilities/relative frequencies given Population Distributions – Chapter 7 A population distribution is a way of assigning probabilities to all possible values (or categories) of a variable. Population distributions for categorical variables are summarized in relative frequency bar charts For numeric discrete dat
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