Access examples to learn how to use Minitab 19 and Minitab Express to conduct common analyses.
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Learn how to create a histogram to visualize the center and spread of a sample data set.
Use a bar chart to count and graph the unique text values found in a single column of data.
Graph the relationship between two variables using different symbols to represent a third variable.
Compare the medians, ranges, and distributions of different samples using boxplots.
Create time series plots to graph data over time and compare different series.
Use a probability distribution plot to calculate and graph probabilities for a normal distribution.
Determine if data follows a normal distribution using a normality test and corresponding p-value.
Calculate the mean, standard deviation, and other statistics to compare two samples of data.
Calculate the confidence interval and p-value to determine if the mean is equal to a given value.
Determine if there is a relationship between a predictor variable (X) and a response variable (Y).