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Side-by-Side and Stacked Bar Graphs

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Absolute and Relative Measures. Percent Change.


Data Visualization

Exponential vs Linear Growth. Logistic Curve.

Fermi Estimation Problems

Frequency Charts, Characterizing Data – Mean, Median, Mode

Normal Distribution, Standard Deviation, Sampling and Margin of Error

Correlation and Causation

Health and Risk; False Positives/False Negatives