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## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Continuous Or Discrete Variable, Unimodality, Kurtosis

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Descriptive is when the information is summarised so that it is more easily understood. Inferential is used to draw conclusions about regularities in t

View Document## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Standard Deviation, Unimodality, Interquartile Range

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It is typical or representative of the overall data. It is calculated by adding the sum of all scores and dividing by the number of scores. The mean is

View Document## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Scatter Plot, Ellipse, Xm Satellite Radio

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Correlation is the extent to which two variables are related. It helps us to examine the relationship between two variables. Dependent variable (dv: th

View Document## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Standard Deviation, Linear Regression, Squared Deviations From The Mean

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Whilst correlations can tell us the direction and strength of the relationship between the variables, the regression line can actually help us to plot

View Document## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Standard Deviation, Xm Satellite Radio, Standard Score

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Interpretation of raw scores usually requires some sort of standardisation. Converting a raw score into a standard score (also called a z score) allows

View Document## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Standard Score, Standard Deviation, Descriptive Statistics

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Where descriptive statistics are used to describe data, inferential statistics are what we use to make inferences about the data and make decisions. Th

View Document## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Null Hypothesis, Standard Score, Standard Deviation

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Research hypothesis: there has been demonstrated a relationship or effect between the two variables, also known as alternative hypothesis. Null hypothe

View Document## PYB110 Exam Revision Notes - Week 8

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We know that any one sample will not tell us the mean of the population from which it was taken because it can change with every sample taken. Therefor

View Document## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Job Satisfaction, Continuous Or Discrete Variable, Unimodality

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Descriptive is when the information is summarised so that it is more easily understood. Inferential is used to draw conclusions about regularities in t

View Document## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Interquartile Range, Standard Deviation, Xm Satellite Radio

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It is typical or representative of the overall data. It is calculated by adding the sum of all scores and dividing by the number of scores. The mean is

View Document## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ellipse, Xm Satellite Radio, Hat

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Correlation is the extent to which two variables are related. It helps us to examine the relationship between two variables. Dependent variable (dv: th

View Document## PYB110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Linear Regression, Squared Deviations From The Mean, Standard Deviation

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Whilst correlations can tell us the direction and strength of the relationship between the variables, the regression line can actually help us to plot

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