Sorting Data Into Order

  • Conall Boyle
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Part of the Macmillan Master Series book series

Abstract

A data set which has been sorted into order is a very useful tool for exploring. Just putting the houses in price order will give you a lot of insight into the structure of prices. You can do this sorting into order by hand, using the stem and leaf plot that you worked out previously in Task 3.4. For instance, if the full digit version of the interval £22 000 (meaning £22 000 and over, and up to £24000) showed;

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