Geography Form 1 Notes -Statistical Methods II
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STATISTICAL METHODS II
- present statistical data using appropriate methods
- analyse and interpret statistical data
- explain the advantages and disadvantages of each method of data presentation.
- Statistical presentation, analysis and interpretation of:
- Comparative/group/multiple line graphs
- Comparative/group/multiple bar graphs
- Divided bars/rectangles
- Advantages and disadvantages of each method of data presentation