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Descriptive Statistics : is concerned with the collection, organization and presentation of data in a form that can be understood by all.
Population : refers to the complex set of individuals, objects, places or events under study; the complete collection of all elements.
Parameter : the numerical value that describes the characteristics of a population.
Data : are facts, or a set of information or observations under study. They are gathered from a population or from a sample.
Quantitative Data : are data which are numerical in value. Data such as age, weekly allowance, height, size of family are example of _______ data.
Discrete Variable : is a variable whose values are obtained through the process of counting. These are variables that can assume finite number of values. The number of chairs in a classroom is a _____ variable.
Scales of Measurement : are used to categorize ad or quantify variables. This lesson describes the four ____________ that are commonly used in statistical analysis.
Ordinal Scales : are typically measures of non-numeric concepts like satisfaction, happiness, discomfort and etc. "______" is easy to remember because is sounds like order and that's the key to remember with "_______".
Ratio Scales : are the ultimate nirvana when it comes to measurement scales because they tell us about the orders, they tell us the exact value between units and they also have an absolute zero- which allows for a wide range of both descriptive and inferential statistics to be applied.
Inferential Statistics : is concerned with the formulation of conclusions or generalizations about a population based on the information contained in a sample drawn from the population.
Sample : is a subcollection of elements drawn from a population.
Statistic : is an estimate of a parameter. It is a numerical value that describes the characteristics of a sample.
Qualitative Data : are data which can assume values that manifest the concept of attributes. Data of birth, code number, zip code, telephone numbers are example of ___________ data.
Variable : is a quantity which may take on different values. It is a characteristic of a population or a sample which makes the members different from each other.
Continuous Variable : is a variable that do not fall under the category of discrete. These are variables that can obtained through the process of measuring.
Nominal Scales : are used for labeling variables, without any quantitative value.
Interval Scales : are humeric scales in which we know not only the order, but also the exact differences between the values.

# Crossword puzzle Statistics

Across:1. | are data which are numerical in value. Data such as age, weekly allowance, height, size of family are example of _______ data. | 7. | are typically measures of non-numeric concepts like satisfaction, happiness, discomfort and etc. "______" is easy to remember because is sounds like order and that's the key to remember with "_______". | 12. | is a quantity which may take on different values. It is a characteristic of a population or a sample which makes the members different from each other. | 13. | are humeric scales in which we know not only the order, but also the exact differences between the values. | 15. | is a variable whose values are obtained through the process of counting. These are variables that can assume finite number of values. The number of chairs in a classroom is a _____ variable. |
| | Down:2. | are used for labeling variables, without any quantitative value. | 3. | is concerned with the collection, organization and presentation of data in a form that can be understood by all. | 4. | is a variable that do not fall under the category of discrete. These are variables that can obtained through the process of measuring. | 5. | are facts, or a set of information or observations under study. They are gathered from a population or from a sample. | 6. | is a subcollection of elements drawn from a population. | 8. | is an estimate of a parameter. It is a numerical value that describes the characteristics of a sample. | 9. | refers to the complex set of individuals, objects, places or events under study; the complete collection of all elements. | 10. | the numerical value that describes the characteristics of a population. | 11. | are data which can assume values that manifest the concept of attributes. Data of birth, code number, zip code, telephone numbers are example of ___________ data. | 14. | are the ultimate nirvana when it comes to measurement scales because they tell us about the orders, they tell us the exact value between units and they also have an absolute zero- which allows for a wide range of both descriptive and inferential statistics to be applied. |
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# Crossword puzzle Statistics

Across:1. | are data which are numerical in value. Data such as age, weekly allowance, height, size of family are example of _______ data. | 7. | are typically measures of non-numeric concepts like satisfaction, happiness, discomfort and etc. "______" is easy to remember because is sounds like order and that's the key to remember with "_______". | 12. | is a quantity which may take on different values. It is a characteristic of a population or a sample which makes the members different from each other. | 13. | are humeric scales in which we know not only the order, but also the exact differences between the values. | 15. | is a variable whose values are obtained through the process of counting. These are variables that can assume finite number of values. The number of chairs in a classroom is a _____ variable. |
| | Down:2. | are used for labeling variables, without any quantitative value. | 3. | is concerned with the collection, organization and presentation of data in a form that can be understood by all. | 4. | is a variable that do not fall under the category of discrete. These are variables that can obtained through the process of measuring. | 5. | are facts, or a set of information or observations under study. They are gathered from a population or from a sample. | 6. | is a subcollection of elements drawn from a population. | 8. | is an estimate of a parameter. It is a numerical value that describes the characteristics of a sample. | 9. | refers to the complex set of individuals, objects, places or events under study; the complete collection of all elements. | 10. | the numerical value that describes the characteristics of a population. | 11. | are data which can assume values that manifest the concept of attributes. Data of birth, code number, zip code, telephone numbers are example of ___________ data. | 14. | are the ultimate nirvana when it comes to measurement scales because they tell us about the orders, they tell us the exact value between units and they also have an absolute zero- which allows for a wide range of both descriptive and inferential statistics to be applied. |
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