tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.comments2017-11-16T16:59:54.965-06:00Mr. Cantor's AP Psychology BlogMr. Cantorhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/07463333846222929768noreply@blogger.comBlogger482125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-67405300078072960142017-11-08T13:09:06.229-06:002017-11-08T13:09:06.229-06:00For the first graph: hair vs. height, you can infe...For the first graph: hair vs. height, you can infer that the taller you are the shorter hair you have. Even though gender is not mentioned it is one of the variables that affect our results. The graph had a correlation of negative .57 which is neither strong or weak, this shows how it is possible that neither hair length affect your height or vice versa.<br /><br />For the second graph: Height vsCarolina, Bnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-15471010953884596012017-10-04T23:49:52.445-05:002017-10-04T23:49:52.445-05:00The graph depicts that, the shorter the hair lengt...The graph depicts that, the shorter the hair length, the taller the person. Yes, there is a semi-strong correlation between hair length & height. The top three tall people roughly have a hair length of: 0 cm, 10 cm, & 11cm. The top three short people have a hair length of about: 53cm, 59cm, & 60 cm. The outliers in the data are the really tall & really short people. People who Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-77150930029780727872017-10-04T23:17:27.618-05:002017-10-04T23:17:27.618-05:00The scatter plot of hair length vs. height shows t...The scatter plot of hair length vs. height shows that in our class the students that are shorter are the ones that have the longer hair. Much of the data shows that the hair length is decreasing when the height increases. Although the data is scattered all over the graph my inference is that in our class we have short and tall ladies and short and tall gentlemens, which means that the gender Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-53667861560152290012017-10-04T21:37:17.742-05:002017-10-04T21:37:17.742-05:00From the first correlation we can draw the conclus...From the first correlation we can draw the conclusion that the taller students have shorter hair. Since the best fit line has has a negative slope that means there is a correlation.The correlation's value is -o.57 which indicates it is average because it depends on how close a number is to 1 or -1 to say if it is strong or not.<br /><br />In the second graph, the conclusion I drew from it wasAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-13289193715751208332017-10-04T02:53:11.810-05:002017-10-04T02:53:11.810-05:00In the hair vs. height graph, there was a negative...In the hair vs. height graph, there was a negative correlation that looks to be neither weak nor strong, but somewhere between the two. The graph tells me that most short haired people are tall and vise versa, but then again it doesn't make mention of gender. Correlation would become stronger if outliers were to be thrown out. In the Height vs. shoe size graph, As shoe size increases so does Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-61839403250441670742017-10-03T23:59:17.726-05:002017-10-03T23:59:17.726-05:00In the first correlation graph " Hair vs Heig...In the first correlation graph " Hair vs Height" , the best fit line indicates that the taller the students are , the shorter hair they will have . The best fit line has a negative slope which means there's a correlation. The correlation is -0.57 which tells us that the correlation is average since the closer the correlation gets to 1 or -1 indicated how strong the correlation is. Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-66101532264419412732017-10-03T22:02:01.160-05:002017-10-03T22:02:01.160-05:00Graph 1: Hair vs. Height
What we can see in the sc...<br />Graph 1: Hair vs. Height<br />What we can see in the scatter plot is that there is correlation. It is very strong, it is negative, and strong. The information about the students in our class that this graph gives is that the height and hair length for females is about the same and so is the male's hair length. There’s a few “outliers”.<br /><br />Graph 2: Height vs. Shoe Size<br />ThereAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-37587101146109641672017-10-03T21:39:08.255-05:002017-10-03T21:39:08.255-05:00It gives us the information of the varying height,...It gives us the information of the varying height,hair length and shoe size of both male and female students. There are various “outliers” in the first graph as they are scattered far away from the line. On the third graph there are a few “outliers”, if taken away the graph show a correlation between shoe size and hair length. Other information that could be helpful for this date would be the Alondra. Qhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09759459420167819203noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-87478785336599696462017-10-03T20:52:51.095-05:002017-10-03T20:52:51.095-05:00None of the three graphs are linear. The data is a...None of the three graphs are linear. The data is all scattered around. But there is a best fit line in all three graphs. There is no relationship between the axis in any of the three graphs. The correlation coefficient in all the graphs is below 1. <br /><br />J.C Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-7877667546578196022017-10-03T19:28:33.268-05:002017-10-03T19:28:33.268-05:00From the Hair Length vs Height graph, we can see t...From the Hair Length vs Height graph, we can see that when a person is short, they have the longest hair length. We can also see that-that happens for a long time until we hit over the 165 cm of height, that is when the hair length drops more. From the graph, there is a small correlation and it is weak. The correlation is negative because as the height begins at a small centimeter measurement, Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-80710898450275924202017-10-03T17:10:58.705-05:002017-10-03T17:10:58.705-05:00Graph 1:
strong correlation, negative. Info tells ...Graph 1:<br />strong correlation, negative. Info tells us that there is no correlation between height and hair length. There are a couple extreme points; if taken away the correlation would start leaning to a correlation of zero. Other data that would help interpret the data would be the ages of the participants. <br />Group 2:<br />strong correlation, positive. Info collected does not allow to Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-30677183716946878422017-10-02T22:11:50.689-05:002017-10-02T22:11:50.689-05:00Graph1 hair vs height.
There is a negative, -0.57,...Graph1 hair vs height.<br />There is a negative, -0.57,strong correlation.<br />There is a lot of outliers and it will still give us the same correlation . <br />Graph2 height vs shoe size <br />There is a positive 0.61 strong correlation. It goes either way but height kinda effects shoe sizes in this data. Same as the opposite. Shoe increase height. <br />Graph3 shoe size vs hair length <br />Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-41682975426787319992017-10-02T20:43:34.442-05:002017-10-02T20:43:34.442-05:00Looking at Graph 1: Hair vs. Height, we can see th...Looking at Graph 1: Hair vs. Height, we can see that as height increases, the hair length decreases in cm. There is a strong negative correlation because you can clearly see the scatter points heading down in a diagonal line. After reading the graph, I can infer that the taller students are in our classroom, the shorter their hair is in length. There are a few outliers in the graph, and if those Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-50637304201658299812017-10-02T08:58:14.091-05:002017-10-02T08:58:14.091-05:00This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-75842173546729035522017-04-18T08:23:32.638-05:002017-04-18T08:23:32.638-05:00Kids!! Order your shirt!!Kids!! Order your shirt!!Ms. Felteshttps://www.blogger.com/profile/18298566292050835452noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-90816025168200675672017-04-18T08:23:22.614-05:002017-04-18T08:23:22.614-05:00Kids! Order your shirt!!!!Kids! Order your shirt!!!!Ms. Felteshttps://www.blogger.com/profile/18298566292050835452noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-41254039992588627832017-03-27T09:18:18.129-05:002017-03-27T09:18:18.129-05:00http://www.outofservice.com/bigfive/results/?oR=0....http://www.outofservice.com/bigfive/results/?oR=0.7&cR=0.722&eR=0.375&aR=0.75&nR=0.625&y=1990&g=f<br /><br />My results from this test were somewhat right. It said that I don't seek new experiences but I do it just depends on what type of experiences.It also said that I'm well organized and reliable which I think it is true. It also said that I enjoy quiet time Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-12849091537576075932017-03-26T16:50:03.435-05:002017-03-26T16:50:03.435-05:00http://www.outofservice.com/bigfive/results/?oR=0....http://www.outofservice.com/bigfive/results/?oR=0.75&cR=0.944&eR=0.719&aR=0.889&nR=0.219<br /><br />I find my results pretty accurate. I like to seek new experiences although not too often. Sometimes I like to stay in my comfort zone. I totally agree with the conscientiousness part because I consider myself to be a reliable person. I'm in between an extrovert and introvert. I&Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-36213920828477773892017-03-25T22:56:24.396-05:002017-03-25T22:56:24.396-05:00On Openness to Experience/Intellect, my percentile...On Openness to Experience/Intellect, my percentile was a 35. This means that I am somewhat conventional. High scorers tend to be original, creative, curious, complex; Low scorers tend to be conventional, down to earth, narrow interests, uncreative.<br />On Conscientiousness, my percentile was a 64. This means that I am well-organized, and are reliable. High scorers tend to be reliable, Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-82361753637569993222016-10-21T06:16:26.592-05:002016-10-21T06:16:26.592-05:00Testing the ability to comment from a phone...
M...Testing the ability to comment from a phone... <br /><br />Mr. C Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-9261749329719071712016-10-20T22:14:55.374-05:002016-10-20T22:14:55.374-05:00There is a weak negative correlation in graph 1. T...There is a weak negative correlation in graph 1. Taller people might have shorter hair while shorter people (most likely girls) might have longer hair. There are a few outliers, like the person who is 145 cm tall with 15cm hair, but the correlation is still there. <br />On the contrary, graph 2 has a very strong positive correlation between height and shoe size. Although this graph has a few Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-62047745931393912242016-10-20T21:39:09.569-05:002016-10-20T21:39:09.569-05:00Graph 1
Looking at the scatter plot of hair lengt...Graph 1 <br />Looking at the scatter plot of hair length vs. height, there seems to be a correlation. The correlation is negative and it is strong. The information that the graph gives about the students is that students who are taller tend to have shorter hair and people who are shorter tend to have longer hair. There doesn't seem to be any outliers as the data does seem pretty accurate. If Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-52520908239256454542016-10-20T18:05:54.118-05:002016-10-20T18:05:54.118-05:00From the graph of hair vs. height we can see that ...From the graph of hair vs. height we can see that there is a moderate not too strong negative correlation between the variables. This graph tells me that the taller the students are, the shorter the hair may be, but it is not true in every case. Yes there are a few data points that seem a bit odd, for example, some short people also had short hair. If we were to throw these odd points out of the Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-2792384523131537442016-10-19T20:16:46.135-05:002016-10-19T20:16:46.135-05:00Graph 1:
From the scatter plot of hair length vs. ...Graph 1:<br />From the scatter plot of hair length vs. height, we can see that the taller the person is the shorter the hair and the shorter they are the longer their hair, for a few exceptions who are tall with long hair or short with short hair. There is a strong correlation in this graph, it is also negative since the line goes down. This graph shows there are more people with longer hair and Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2465413181924475534.post-6284918527857688792016-10-19T19:19:42.452-05:002016-10-19T19:19:42.452-05:00From the chart length vs. height, I can see that t...From the chart length vs. height, I can see that there is a strong, negative correlation. The information shows us that the taller the students are the ones with shorter hair. And the shorter students have longer hair. One unusual point is the student that is taller than 175 cm and has their hair length close to 50 cm. If we were to throw these points out, the correlation would be stronger. Also Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com