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Using Quantitative Data to create a Frequency Distribution, and graph a Histogram using Excel 2016 pivot table.
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BurkeyAcademy

How to construct a frequency distribution table of quantitative data, in particular choosing your class width and figuring out your lower and upper class limits. Although there are no hard and fast rules for doing this, this video gives you some guidelines for how to do it correctly.

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Ann Defranco

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Mr. Giffhorn's Math Channel

This video is about Frequency Tables and Histograms

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Anywhere Math

Statistics Lecture 2.2: Creating Frequency Distribution and Histograms

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Professor Leonard

This example shows how to make a histogram. Remember that the horizontal axis represents the values of the variables. The vertical axis gives us the frequency of those variables. For more videos visit http://www.mysecretmathtutor.com

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MySecretMathTutor

I demonstrate how to obtain a histogram and frequency table in SPSS.

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how2stats

How to construct a frequency distribution table, Histogram, Frequency polygon, Frequency Curve of quantitative data, in particular choosing your class width and figuring out your lower and upper class limits. Although there are no hard and fast rules for doing this, this video gives you some guidelines for how to do it correctly.

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SanGeotics

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Geoff Olson

This video covers how to make a relative frequency distribution chart. Remember that in a relative frequency distribution we scale back the frequency using the total frequency. Depending on rounding, the total relative frequency might not be one, but should be very close. For more videos please visit http://www.mysecretmathtutor.com

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MySecretMathTutor

How to calculate the mean and median from the histogram of a grouped frequency distribution table. Since the x values are grouped into intervals, only an estimate of the mean is got from the mid-interval values.

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KeysToMaths1

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MAT110 and MAT134

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Topics in this video:
1. (00:09) Overview of Frequency Distributions for Quantitative Variable
2. (02:02) Create Frequency Distribution with PivotTable for Grade Data where NUMBERS ARE DECIMALS (important distinction for grouping feature in a PivotTable)
3. (03:08) Grouping Feature in a PivotTable for creating Classes or Categories for a Decimal Quantitative Variable. Class that are created are 0-10, 10-20, 20-30, etc. Extensive Discussion about how to create classes or categories that are NOT Ambiguous.
4. (05:03) Upper Limit for Class/Category is Not Included when the numbers are Decimals.
5. (05:58) Aggregate Function for Number Values defaults to Count when you have Grouped Numbers in the Row area of the PivotTable.
6. (06:32) Double Click PivotTable to Extract Records that match the criteria from the Row area of the PivotTable
7. (09:16) Use Find and Replace feature to create non-ambiguous labels in a Grouped Decimal Number PivotTable.
8. (10:20) Create Histogram for Quantitative Variable (Grouped Numbers) for Grade Data. This Histogram has Frequencies at the top of each column and the gap width is zero. The colors for each column are different.
9. (13:13) Create Frequency Distribution with PivotTable for Grade Data where numbers are WHOLE NUMBERS (important distinction for grouping feature in a PivotTable)
10. (14:33) Methods for determining Number of Classes and Class Width for a Quantitative Variable
11. (18:19) When grouping Whole Numbers in a PivotTable the classes that are created are not ambiguous. We get classes like: 16-22, 23-29, 30-36. Etc.
12. (20:07) Create Histogram for Quantitative Variable (Grouped Numbers) for Age Data. This Histogram has Frequencies in the vertical axis and the gap width is zero. The colors for each column are the same.
13. (22:00) Discussion about Skew, Histogram shape and Histogram distribution of column heights.
14. (25:37) Relative Frequency and Percent Frequency Distribution built with a PivotTable based on Age Data that is shown as a Whole Number.
15. (27:48) Formulas
16. (27:44) Create Frequency Distribution with Formulas for Grade Data.
17. (30:03) Text Formulas for Category Labels
18. (30:40) COUNTIFS function with Comparative Operators Joined to Lower and Upper Limits from the Cells.
19. (33:17) Relative/Percent Frequency Formula.
20. (34:00) Create Histogram for Grade Data based on Frequency Distribution created with formulas.
21. (35:56) See that we can change the categories be more precise when we use formulas.
22. (38:20) Link Data Labels in Chart to cells in the spreadsheet
23. (39:16) See how formulas allow Frequency Distribution Formulas and Histogram Chart update automatically when raw data change. See different grade distributions with Histogram.
24. (40:45) Summary

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ExcelIsFun

Goal: Use the frequency function to determine the classes of a data set and create a histogram based on the frequency data.
Skills Needed: None
Requirements: Excel 2013

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Kevin Olson

This video shows how to find frequencies from a drawn histogram.

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corbettmaths

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Computergaga

This video covers how to make a frequency distribution chart. Remember that the frequency simply shows how often a data point is on you list. For more videos visit http://mysecretmathtutor.com

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MySecretMathTutor

In this Tutoring Thursday session, we continue our discussion on Histograms with the following topics:
*Frequency histogram vs. Frequency density histogram (0:44)
*Calculating the frequency density of a frequency density histogram (2:39)
*Calculating the frequency of a frequency density histogram (6:13)
*Constructing a frequency density histogram (6:47)

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Academic Gurus Inc.

Using StatCrunch to create a frequency table, relative frequency table, and a histogram

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Phil Barroga

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MAT110 and MAT134

Video to accompany the open textbook Math in Society (http://www.opentextbookstore.com/mathinsociety/). Part of the Washington Open Course Library Math&107 course.

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OCLPhase2

I walk you through how to create a histogram for a set of data.

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Adam Hall

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ProfessorMcComb

Corbettmaths - This video shows how to find the median and quartiles from either a histogram or a grouped frequency table.

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corbettmaths

Learn how to plot a frequency distribution histogram in Microsoft Excel 2010. This helps you to see if your data are distributed normally.
Note - MAC keyboard commands differ from PC.

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Eugene O'Loughlin

As a review of 6th grade statistics concepts, I show how to make a histogram using quiz scores as data. In a histogram, data is grouped into "bins". Before we can do that, we need to calculate the bin width. Simply find the range (maximum - minimum) and divide that by how many bins you'd like to have. A rough guideline for the number of bins is: take the square root of the number of data values you have. In this case, I have 20 data values, and square root of 20 is between 4 and 5, so 4-5 bins is reasonable.
I also discuss the central tendency (using mean) and the variability (using mean absolute deviation) of the data.
The 2nd part of this lesson (where we look at a box-and-whisker plot and more data analysis) is at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bk_w0euUZcM
This lesson can be used in 6th grade (when students learn to make histograms) or in 7th grade (for review).
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Math Mammoth

Using a small data set, in this video I show you how to make a frequency distribution and the corresponding histogram by hand. While technology is preferable, it is useful to do this by hand once to see how the graph works. You can read more about these graphs here: http://www.mathbootcamps.com/making-frequency-distributions-and-histograms-by-hand.
Note: This video is from a course I am teaching through my college but I share it in case others find it helpful! Any section numbers mentioned match up with the textbook "Business Statistics 8th edition - Groebner".

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MathBootcamps

This is for the bio kids having trouble and for anyone else out there who needs help with the basics of Numbers. Feel free to leave questions in the comments!

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Daniel Lee

How to create a frequency distribution.

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searching4math

This video will show you, given raw data, how to create a Histogram with it. If you have the frequencies of classes already, then you need to follow this video:

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Cody Tabbert

Learn how to draw a histogram. Get more videos of maths problem solving at http://www.meritnation.com/products/demo/online
In the video, age distribution of a group of persons which class widths are not uniform is represented in the form of histogram by adjusting the frequencies.

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Meritnation

Learn how to create histograms, which summarize data by sorting it into buckets.
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Khan Academy

Make a Relative Frequency Histogram using Excel.

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Joan Brown

This tutorial demonstrates how to create a frequency distribution and a histogram of student grades. This is quantitative data, not categorical. I will demonstrate categorical data in another video. We use the data analysis tool to do this, this tool can be found under the data tab. If it not installed on your computer, I show you how to do that as well.

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Learn Something

SPRING 2014 UPDATE: This lesson was changed for my class, but I will keep the video up for those needing relative frequency histograms, polygons and ogives.
This is the second of three videos covering the material for Math 130 - Statistics. Relative frequency histograms, relative frequency polygons and relative frequency ogive graphs are explained.

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mrandersonmath

This short video details the steps to be followed in order to construct a Histogram from a Grouped Frequency Distribution.

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Maths And Stats

How to find the standard deviation of a frequency distribution table in easy steps using Open Office.

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Stephanie Glen

With a Frequency Distribution Report, you can quickly see how often certain results occur. For example, how frequently are daily sales "under $75.00?
In this lesson, I demonstrate two ways to produce a Frequency Distribution:
1) Use the =FREQUENCY() Function - an Array Function
2) Group Row Labels by interval in an Excel Pivot Table
An "Array" Formula requires that you enter the forumula with the Ctrl + Shift + Enter keyboard combination. There are several other "Got'chas" when it comes to using Array formulas. This short video will show you how to successfully enter an Array Formula.
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Danny Rocks

See how to create a Percent Cumulative Frequency Distribution with Formulas, a Histogram and an Ogive Chart. See how to add a new data series to a chart and how to have two different Charts Types in one chart.
Chapter 02 Busn 210 Business and Economic Statistics and Excel Class
This is a beginning to end video series for the Business & Economics Statistics/Excel class, Busn 210 at Highline Community College taught by Michael Gel ExcelIsFun Girvin

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ExcelIsFun

Cumulative Frequency Histograms
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Peter Blake

In this video we make a Cumulative Frequency Distribution, and make a graph of an Ogive.

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BurkeyAcademy

this video shows you how to create a grouped frequency distribution using Excel 2010. it is done in two ways. the first by relying on the COUNTIFS function and the second way by using the Data Analysis Addin in Data

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Khaled Temsah

This video demonstrates how to create histograms using Legacy Dialogs in SPSS. Multiple rows and columns containing levels of independent variables are used to graph a dependent variable.

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Dr. Todd Grande

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Topics in this video:
1. (00:09) Overview of % Cumulative Frequency
2. (00:42) Formulas to create Cumulative Frequency Distribution and % Cumulative Frequency Distribution.
3. (04:17) % Cumulative Frequency (Ogive) Chart using X-Y Scatter Chart
4. (07:36) PivotTable to create Frequency Distribution and % Cumulative Frequency Distribution.
5. (10:30) Combine Chart that shows Frequency Distribution as a Column Chart with No Gap width and % Cumulative Frequency as a Line.
6. (11:43) Custom Number Formatting to hide all values using three semi-colons

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ExcelIsFun

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