How to Analyse Categorical Survey Data in Excel and in R
Chapter 2 - Handling Categorical Data in Excel
Lesson 20 - Descriptive statistics of named categories - Let's Play!
- EXTERNAL RESOURCES
- Learning Outcomes
- TALKING POINTS
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Download your data to play with!
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Below is a list of all the things you should take away from this lesson.
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Here are the talking points from this lesson. Chat in the comments below or in the dedicated course forum.
Now that you've had a 'play' with some data, do you feel more comfortable interpreting the results of the descriptive statistics?
Do you feel that you have a greater understand of it and can recognise it easier?
Is there anything you think may be missing from this lesson?
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