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Big Ideas Data Analysis. 1. A collection of objects with various attributes can be classified or sorted in different ways. A single object can belong to more than one class. Classification is the first step in the organization of data. Big Ideas Data Analysis. 2.

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Big Ideas Data Analysis
• 1.
• A collection of objects with various attributes can be classified or sorted in different ways.
• A single object can belong to more than one class. Classification is the first step in the organization of data.
Big Ideas Data Analysis
• 2.
• Data are gathered and organized in order to answer questions about populations from which the data come.
• With data from only a sample of the population, inferences are made about the population.
Big Ideas Data Analysis
• 3.
• Different types of graphs and other data organizations provide different information about the data and the population from which the data are taken.
• The choice of graphical representation can impact how well the data are understood.
Big Ideas Data Analysis
• 4.
• Measures that describe data with numbers are called statistics.
• Data can be organized in various graphical forms to visually convey information.
• The use of a particular graph or statistic can mediate what the data tell about the population.
Big Ideas Data Analysis
• 5.
• Both graphs and statistics can provide a sense of the shape of the data, including how spread out or how centered they are.
• Having a sense of the shape of the data is having a big picture of the data rather than a collection of numbers.
Reference
• Elementary and Middle School Mathematics,
• Teaching Developmentally, Chapter 22, p. 452, Van De Walle.