# Analyze My Data

## Work Time

# Analyze My Data

Now that you have a set of data, you can create a line plot to help you analyze the data.

- Draw a line plot from your set of data.
- Find the following measures for your set of data:
- Mean
- Median
- Range
- Outlier(s)
- MAD (if you don’t have time to calculate it, make an estimate)

- What do you think is typical for your set of data? Why?
- What is your smallest and largest number?
- What is the range of your data?
- Are your tick marks evenly incremented?
- What range of numbers do you want to display on your line plot?

INTERACTIVE: Line Plot with Stats

## Hint:

- Consider the shape of your line plot. Do most of the data cluster around the mean? (If so, could the mean be typical?)
- Is the data spread out over a wide range? (If so, could the median be typical?)