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### What is a Frequency Distribution Table? (with Examples)

A frequency distribution table is a tabulated form of data consisting of two columns- data values and frequency. When the data values are grouped in the form of class intervals then such a table...

### What is a Two Way Table? (with Examples)

A two way table in statistics is a way to summarize data involving two variables in a compact tabular form. We display one of the categories along the rows and the other category along...

### What is a Relative Frequency Histogram? (with Examples)

A relative frequency histogram is a histogram where we plot the relative frequency on the Y-axis. Normally when plotting a histogram we put the data values on the X-axis and the frequency on the...

### What is Joint Relative Frequency? (with Examples)

The joint relative frequency refers to the fraction of data that lies in a given category compared to the total population. It is obtained by taking the ratio of the joint frequency of that...

### What is Split Half Reliability? (with Examples)

Split half reliability is a way to measure the overall consistency of a test or an exam. It is a way of measuring the internal consistency of surveys and questionnaires in psychology and statistics....

### Mode Formula for Class 10 (Grouped Data)

The mode for a given set of data refers to the data value that occurs with the highest frequency among the given data values. When we are given the data in ungrouped form, calculating...

### Types of Kurtosis – (Definition + Examples)

Kurtosis tells us how our data is spread around the tails of the distribution compared to the center relative to the normal distribution. It describes the shape of our data. Kurtosis gives us an understanding...

### Examples of Manipulated Variables (Definition + Examples)

The manipulated variable in an experiment is the variable that is changed or "manipulated" in order to understand its effect on the dependent variable. The manipulated variable is also known as the independent or...