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Ungrouped data is data that is not grouped in a specific order. Grouped data is a set of data that has unique characteristics in common.

Grouped means the grouping of relevant data after analysis. When raw data is analyzed in proper and meaningful way then its transformed into groups and these groups are known as grouped data.

Data can be grouped or ungrouped. The categories data are grouped in depend on the data. For example, data collected about people could be grouped as male/female, by ages, or some other common characteristic. Data collected about dogs could be grouped by breed of dog, age, long hair/short hair, or size.

The result is a collection of grouped data.

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Ungrouped data is data that is not grouped in a specific order. Grouped data is a set of data that has unique characteristics in common.

Grouped means the grouping of relevant data after analysis. When raw data is analyzed in proper and meaningful way then its transformed into groups and these groups are known as grouped data.

Data can be grouped or ungrouped. The categories data are grouped in depend on the data. For example, data collected about people could be grouped as male/female, by ages, or some other common characteristic. Data collected about dogs could be grouped by breed of dog, age, long hair/short hair, or size.

In continuous grouped data the data is collected continuously and in groups. Data collected is in class intervals the actual data values are not visible.

The result is a collection of grouped data.

Grouped Data. (statistics)

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Suppose you compare the mean of raw data and the mean of the same raw data grouped into a frequency distribution. These two means will be

data that is grouped into equal intervals

Grouped data.

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