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Data Set

A data set is a collection of observations. That could be, for example, the heights of employees in a company.
Employee Height
Madzia 5 ft 4 in.
Magda 5 ft 2 in.
Ignacio 6 ft 1.6 in.
Henrik 5 ft 10 in.
Ali 6 ft 1 in.
Diego 5 ft 2 in.
Miłosz 5 ft 2 in.
Paulina 5 ft 3 in.
Aybuke 5 ft 7 in.
Mateusz 6 ft 1.2 in.
Gamze 5 ft 3 in.
Marcin 5 ft 7 in.
Marcial 5 ft 8 in.
Heichi 5 ft 5 in.
Arkadiusz 5 ft 6 in.
Enrique 5 ft 10.5 in.
Aleksandra 5 ft 4 in.
Mateusz 5 ft 9 in.
Jordan 5 ft 5 in.
Paula 5 ft 2 in.
MacKenzie 5 ft 6 in.
Joe 6 ft 1 in.
Flavio 5 ft 10 in.
Jeremy 5 ft 4 in.

A single value, such as an individual student's height within the class, can be called a data point. A data set can be represented using different types of graphs. For example, the average temperature for each month of 2018 of a city can be plotted on a line graph.

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