Basic

Making Sense of Your Data Using Basic Analysis and Plotting

Application Area:
Statistics, Predictive Modeling and Data Mining

After visualizing relationships in your data, use basic analyses to statistically examine and evaluate relationships. See how to summarize tables and reorganize data, compare two variables using analyses and graphs that test and display differences among groups or across ranges, animate patterns over time, build simple models, and interpret model effects. See a 30-minute demo and stay on if you want to join 15-30 minutes of Topic Discussion and Q&A.

This session covers: using Table Summary, formulas and groups to reorganize data; using Fit Y by X to compare two variables using analyses that test differences among groups or across ranges; broadcasting commands across similar output in multiple window; overlaying plots to show, in same plot, different output by levels of a designated variable; hiding and excluding observations from graphs; performing single-factor (1-Way) ANOVA; using Connecting Letters Report to compare means.