Geography Form 1 Notes - Statistical Methods
About Statistical Methods Notes
The Statistical Methods Form 1 notes kit is the forth topics in Form 1 Geography curriculum and a creation of 21st century notes for scholars who are seeking to learn geography with aims of improving grades now and in the future.
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Geography Form 1 Notes - STATISTICAL METHODS
- Definition of statistics.
- Types of statistical data
- Sources of statistical data
- Methods of collecting data
- Methods of recording data
- Analysis of data by working out:
- Arithmetic mean
- Statistical presentation through:
- Simple line graphs
- Simple bar graphs
- Combined bar and line graph (polygraph)
- Simple wind rose
- Advantages and disadvantages of each method of data presentation
- define the term statistics
- identify types and sources of statistical data
- identify and describe methods of collecting and recording data
- analyse and present statistical data using appropriate graphical methods
- state the advantages and disadvantages of each method of data presentation.