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Creating Mosaic Plots in Microsoft Excel using Sports Data - AP Statistics topic
Dr. Deborah (Savannah Math Labs)
New on Outschool
In this class, students will hone their Microsoft Excel and data analysis skills by creating a Mosaic plot using sports data and interpret the results.
US Grade 9 - 12
In this single-class session, we will look at a categorical data set on the most popular high school sports in different states across the U.S. We will review various types of graphs for categorical data such as pie graphs, bar graphs and Pareto graphs, a special type of bar graph and Mosaic plots. Together, we will create a mosaic plot in Microsoft Excel to visualize our data. Mosaic plots are a popular topic on the AP Statistics exam and we will conclude the class with a sample AP...
This class is taught in English.
I have a PhD in Statistics from Rice University and extensive teaching experience at the college level. More details can be found in my teacher bio.
A Savannah Math Labs text document on categorical data and Mosaic plots will be provided in the Outschool course. Students will need to have a Windows-based version of Microsoft Excel in order to follow along with their own data set and create their own Mosaic plot.
Meet the teacher
Hi, I am Deborah. I have a PhD in Statistics from Rice University in Houston, TX and also a Masters degree in Statistics from Columbia University in New York City. I have designed a platform for teaching Statistics and Mathematics called Savannah...
Live video meetings
6-12 learners per class