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Organize and graph a distribution

Organize and graph a distribution: Excel Statistics Essential Training: 1 (2016)
Organize and graph a distribution: Excel Statistics Essential Training: 1 (2016)

We organize and visualize distributions so that we can see trends in our data. To organize and graph a distribution, Joe Schmuller will provides a dataset of maximum temperatures for the month of January in the years 1972-2015 in Madison, Wisconsin. Joe will also show you how to organize the distribution into intervals of five degrees, regardless of year, and count the frequency in each interval to demonstrate frequency distribution.

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