OBGYN MSc Stat Module (2016-2018)
StatPgm 6. Graphic Editor
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Please note : the data presented in all course material for the statistical module are generated by computers to demonstrate the methodologies, and should not be confused with actual clinical information
Also : Programs can have default example data pre-inserted, or inserted when the Example button is clicked, for testing. Students can replace them with his/her own data
 Data StatPgm 6a. Pie Chart Data : a single column of numbers, representing quantities. StatPgm 6b. Bar Chart (variable column intervals) Data is in 2 columns, each row representing a bar to be plotted.     Column 1 is the x value, where the bar will be     Column 2 is the height of the bar, the base of the bar is assumed to be zero (0)     Bars are distributed along the x axis according to values in forst column (x) StatPgm 6c. Bar Chart (fixed column intervals) Data is in 2 columns, each row representing a bar to be plotted.     Column 1 is the label for the bar     Column 2 is the height of the bar, the base of the bar is assumed to be zero (0)     Bars are evenly distributed along the x axis StatPgm 6d. Forest Plot The data is in 3 columns, being the central point, and the two values of the confidence interval. The Forest Plot will be plotted top down in the order in the data. Option is available to plot in the normal or the logarithmic scale.     Normal scales are usually for difference between two groups, with zero (0) value for null value     Log scales are usually for ratios between two groups, with 1 for null value.     All values must be >0 when using Log scale StatPgm 6e. Scatter Plot Data is in 2 columns, each row representing a dot to be plotted, with column 1 being the x value and column 2 being the y value StatPgm 6e. Data in Groups Plot The data in 2 columns     Column 1 is the group name, and must be a single word or number with no gaps     Column 2 is the values to be plotted     Each row is from a case The results are :     A table with n, mean, SD, SE of the mean, and the 95% interval of values and means. The plot containing the following for each group     The data points from the groups. If values are replicated, they are spread sideways     A vertical line delineating the 95% confidence interval of the measurements     A horizontal line indicating the mean value     A box deliniating the 95% confidence interval of the mean
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