Learn to create and display bar charts using Minitab. Whether using simple bar charts to display and compare the numbers of two or more groups, or cluster bar charts to examine the distribution of each group, or stack bar charts to compare sum totals and their composition, learn how Minitab can be used to display these bar charts.
- [Voiceover] In this movie, I want to show you…how to use Minitab to display different types…of bar charts to compare business performance…using count data, such as the number of pizzas sold,…as well as using continuous data, such as sales revenue.…Open your exercise file 02-01…in column C2 through C4…we have the pizzas sold in terms of size,…toppings, and location.…We have two locations, A and B.…And pizza sizes sold are small, medium and large.…
Now of course one, two, and three toppings.…We have revenue data for stores…and by day of week.…And over here in C7 through C9,…we have sales revenue by day of week for each store.…So you want to showcase pizza sales at…these two store locations.…You are interested in seeing how many…small, medium, and large pizzas was sold.…A simple bar chart can display that.…You also want to compare these numbers…between the store locations.…
So you need to create a cluster bar chart…and if you want to display the size breakdown…of the total numbers sold at each location,…then a stacked bar chart will be useful.…
Dr. Richard Chua shows how to import and organize data; open, save, and share Minitab worksheets and projects; create graphs and charts; and use descriptive statistics and statistical tests in Minitab to make inferences and data-driven decisions. Then learn how to make inferences on continuous data—running normality tests, variance tests, correlations, and simple regression tests. Finally, discover how to share your findings with others using reports and simple copy-and-paste techniques. Start watching to learn why Minitab is one of the world's most popular statistical software tools.
- Inputting data in Minitab
- Creating display graphs and charts, including bar and Pareto charts and scatterplots
- Describing data with statistics
- Comparing variance, multiple means, and medians
- Running multiple regression tests
- Comparing proportions
- Saving worksheets and Minitab projects
- Sharing your work and generating reports
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Data Visualization for Data Analystswith Bill Shander1h 31m Beginner
1. Minitab Overview
2. Display Graphs and Charts
3. Describe Data with Statistics
4. Inferences on Continuous Data
5. Inferences on Categorical Data
6. Save and Share Your Work
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