In this video (06:08), Mr. Khan explains how to visualize data using a histogram. Mr. Khan uses the computer software (with different colors) to illustrate his points. Sal Khan is the recipient of the 2009 Microsoft Tech Award in Education.

This lesson uses data related to Boston Red Sox baseball to explain about and create frequency tables and histograms. An example histogram is used to teach about how to read and interpret a histogram. Then the lesson goes through step by step and t...ells how to use data to create a frequency table and then use that frequency table to create a histogram. This lesson is very clear and quite thorough and is a great way to learn about these topics.[more]

The relative frequency histogram is one of the standard ways for statisticians to present data. As a skeleton for the distribution curve, learn how to divide data into intervals, set boundaries, recognize outliers, figure out the range, and interpret... frequency histograms.(01:28)[more]

This lesson takes provided data about mass to create a histogram about the data. While the lesson relates to a previous experiment, it still provides good step by step instruction on how to draw a histogram. Graph paper will be needed to follow alo...ng and complete the lesson along with the instructor. It is hard at times to see what the instructor is writing because the writing is very small.[more]

This short lesson shows a histogram. Then, the pictured histogram is used to answer a question about the histogram. The lesson does not go into much depth or explain much about histograms, but the picture of the histogram is helpful to look at.

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