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# Topic 1 stat. analysis

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• 1. TOPIC 1:STATISTICALANALYSIS
• 2. 1.1.1 ERROR BARSraphical representation of thevariability of data.
• 3. 1.1.1 Error bars
• 4. 1.1.1 Error bars = range ofdataerror bars" - the graphicaldisplay of a data pointincluding its errors(uncertainties / range ofdata).e illustrate for a data pointwhere (x, y) = (0.6 ± 0.1, 0.5± 0.2).he value of the data point,(0.6, 0.5), is shown by thedot, and the lines show thevalues of the errors.
• 5. 1.1.1 Error barsan be used to showeither:•The range of thedata, OR•The standarddeviation.
• 6. 1.1.2 Calculate the mean
• 7. 1.1.2
• 8. 1.1.2 Calculate the standarddeviation of a sample (s):S=
• 9. 1.1.2 Standard deviation (s )s a numberwhichexpresses thedifference from
• 10. 1.1.2(X-mean)X
• 11. 1.1.2 calculationRaw data (height incm):63.4, 56.5, 84.0, 81.5,73.4, 56.0, 95.9, 82.4,83.5, 70.9Mean: ?
• 12. 1.1.2 Error bars – can show therange of data point OR the S.D
• 13. 1.1.3 Standard deviation (s )s used to summarizethe spread of valuesaround the mean.or normally distributeddata 68% of the valuesfall within one
• 14. 1.1.3
• 15. 1.1.3 normal distributed data- refer to pg 17-18, h/book.
• 16. 1.1.3
• 17. 1.1.4large value for S.Dindicates that there is alarge spread of values / thedata are widely spread.hereas, a small value for S.Dindicates that there is asmall spread of values / thedata are clustered closelyaround the mean.
• 18. 1.1.4
• 19. 1.1.5 The significance of thedifference between two sets ofdataHand Mean length (mm) S.D (mm)Left 188.6 11.0Right 188.4 10.9Difference : 0.2Interpretation of calculated data:SD much greater than the difference in meanlength.Therefore, the difference in mean lengthbetween left and right hand is NOT significant.Conclusion:The length of right and left hands are almostthe same.(The SD can be used to help decide whether thedifference between 2 means is likely to besignificant).
• 20. 1.1.5 another example…Hand / foot mean length (mm) S.D(mm)Right foot 262.5 14.3Right hand 188.4 10.0Difference: 74.1Interpretation of calculated data:S.D is much less than the differencein mean length.Therefore, the difference in meanlength between right hands and rightfeet is significant.Conclusion:
• 21. 1.1.5 t-testan be used to find outwhether there is asignificant differencebetween the twomeans of two samples.se GDC or computer to
• 22. 1.1.5 t-testStages in using t-testand a sample Tableof critical values of tPlease refer page 2,Biology for IBDiploma, AndrewAllot.
• 23. 1.1.5 t-test.g of the use of the t-test:and Mean length t critical valuefor t(P=0.05)eft 188.6mm 0.0822.002ight 188.4mm
• 24. 1.1.5 t-test (anotherexample….).g of the use of the t-test:and Mean length t critical valuefor t(P=0.05)hand 188.4mm 23.32.005feet 262.5mm
• 25. 1.1.6 Correlation (pg 23,h/book)orrelation is a measure of theassociation between twofactors (variables)orrelation does not implycausation.inding a linear correlationbetween two sets of variablesdoes not necessarily mean thatthere is a cause and effect
• 26. THANK YOU…