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    Henock A.
    ET
    Henock A.

    done

    Keisha S.
    US
    Keisha S.

    .

    Juliet N.
    NG
    Juliet N.

    to graphically represent bivariate data, use either boxplots, back to back stemplot or percentaged table

    Rachel N.
    IE
    Rachel N.

    graphical display of bivariate data - in summary

    Massinissa G.
    DZ
    Massinissa G.

    that's a good summery

    Hanif Ur R.
    PK
    Hanif Ur R.

    nice

    Jahidul I.
    BD
    Jahidul I.

    The very first step in the analysis of any dataset is Exploratory Data Analysis (EDA), including the graphical display of data. Why do we look at graphical displays of the data? Graphical displays may: suggest a plausible model for the data, assess validity of model assumptions, detect outliers, or suggest plausible normalizing transformations Many multivariate methods assume that the data have a multivariate normal distribution. Exploratory data analysis through the graphical display of data may be used to assess the normality of data. If evidence is found that the data are not normally distributed, then graphical methods may be applied to determine appropriate normalizing transformations for the data

    Jahidul I.
    BD
    Jahidul I.

    what is normalizing ?

    Shirega S.
    ET
    Shirega S.

    it is good presented

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