# Data Presentation Flashcards

→ Part of descriptive statistics – Sumamrizing and presenting data

→ Purpose – presenting the data and result when research is done

Data Presentation

3 types of Data Presentation?

- Narrative (Textual)
- Tabular
- Graphical

T or F

is it possible to use and combine different type to present data?

T

Can be used combination of any (e.g. narrative, tabular)

Three Types of Data Usually Tabulated

- Frequency Distribution
- Correlation Data
- Time Series Data

T or F

in every table, narrative, or graphical, there is a equal or possible graphical representation?

T

yung data na ginagamit sa graphical rep, came from table, narrative,

if u see this card

Familliarize urself with the simple exampe for narrative and table

Narrative - T or F

Narrative form takes a lot to decipher?

T

Too many letters or words

Narrative - T or F

Narrative are for longer summaries

F

its only for short summaries!

TOO long will not take the gist, i table na

Reason for Tabulation ?

Data are tabulated to make them easier to understand

Tabulation - T or F

it is not organized, but concise and compact

F

it is Organized, Concise, abd compact when there a lot of data

Datas are grouped according to some scale of classification, where the sum of the entries is equal to the total.

Frequency Distribution

Freq. DIstribution - T or F

There is a no characteristic to be categorized?

F

need ma-categorize

Freq. DIstribution

The figures may either be in ?

- actual numbers
- in percent
- or in both

Freq. Distribution

what are the scales used?

- Qualitative
- Quantitative
- BOTH

Freq. Distribution

when classifying qualitative scale, what should you do?

an individual is put into one or another part of the scale according to some more or less readily recognizable attribute or characteristic

Freq. Distribution

in QUALI the presentation of data in table should be?

highest to lowest

In the data MALE nauna (exception to the rules) if SEX categ

Freq. Distribution - T or F

The 2 tables can be expressed in percent and the data will still be of the frequency distribution type

T

Freq. Distribution - T or F

The two qualitative scales can be combined and the result will still be a frequency distribution.

T

one way table is for?

1 categorical variable

a visual representation of the possible relationships between two sets of categorical data.

Two-way frequency tables

give me some examples of QUALI scale

- age
- weight
- blood pressure
- scores

Freq. Distribution - T or F

When classifying according to a quantitative scale, the individual is assigned to a number in accordance with some measuring device.

T

may mag memeasure daoat

T OR F

IN DATA IT IS IMPORTANT TO OVERLAP!

F

to not overlap!

when do we use multiple response table?

if the answers is more thant the sample population

may choices sila and can pick one or more okay? okay

Used to compare two or more frequencies.

Correlation Data

Simple presentation without attempts to present rates or ratios make the data a pure frequency distribution.

Correlation Data

If rates or ratios are calculated and included in the table, summation of rows or columns will not give the total

hence the data lose their frequency nature but the table offers a better

Correlation Data

is there a total row or columns in a correlation data?

wala, only talks about correlations!

Variable changes over a period of time is the ones being presented

Time Series

What are the variable under TIME SEIRES?

TIME

it changes can be year, month, etc as long it tells movement of time

The process of tabulation is a process of ?

Classification

When using tabulation, what is the sequence?

ORDERLY

kayya concise and compact ang table

Enumerate the parts of a table

- Table No.
- Title
- (Headnotes)
- Row and Column Headings
- Stubs
- Cell
- Body of the table
- Footnotes
- Source

identify the element of the table

- The word table should be capitalized
- Arabic numbers
- If related, use the decimals – e.g. 7.2, 7.3

Table no.

identify the element of the table

Uses dash (-) before the Title not PERIOD

Title

identify the element of the table

it should contain:

* WHAT

* WHERE

* WHEN

Title

this should answer the questions

identify the element of the table

- First letter of the important words are capitalized
- If 2 lines, should be indented to appear inverted pyramid

Title

identify the element of the table

this is used to clarify something in the title

Mostly unit of measurement

Headnote

nasa luob ng parenthesis and called secondary caption

identify the element of the table

Basis for their classification

Row and Column Headings

identify the element of the table

To clarify the contents of the table

Footnotes

identify the element of the table

If borrowed, there should be acknowledgment

Source

if u see this card

kindly go over the Sample of a Frequency Distribution Table for Ungrouped and grouped Data

Guides for Frequency Tables

Be sure that the classes are

mutually exclusive