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Scatterplot graphs may not mean much to most people but to an educated statistician or a trained psychoanalyst a scatterplott graph can tell a person much more than meets the eye A scatterplot graph allows us to take two separate sets of data and use a graph to compare and contrast them If one wanted to show the correlation between two different test scores they could simply plot the scores on the graph and either see and immediate correlation or see that the two are totally not connected in any way Statistics help us see things that we could normally miss very easily Using scatterplot graphs properly can show significant consistencies in many things Graphs like this help show the actual extent to which two things relate In psychology this is a very important tool Psychoanalysts can use scatterplot information in many ways First anytime two tests are given it allows doctors and teachers alike to see if there are consistencies in test scores This can prove to be a very useful tool For example if there is a correlation between SAT scores and LSAT scores then you can say that a student who does better on his or her SAT is more likely to do better on his or her LSAT also This may not always tell the exact truth but assumptions can go a long way By using a graph format we can see consistencies and correlations much easier than if we were just looking at a list of data The main advantage of using a scatterplot graph is that two things which would ordinarily not have any correlation to one another may have more correlation than expected This means that from the graph a person has the ability to find out things that they were not even necessarily looking for at the beginning Scatterplot graphs also allow a psychoanalyst to predict what will happen in the future People have their
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