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Continuing Education Credits
Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel Credit Hours
- Supervision/Administration, Quality Control/Quality Assurance, and Safety:
2 hour(s)
Course number 20-547651, approved through 9/1/2020
Objectives
Explain why knowledge of statistics is important to laboratory scientists.
Define terms that are associated with descriptive statistics and apply them to specific situations.
Prepare tables and figures of data that meet the criteria specified in this unit.
Describe "frequency distribution" and explain the advantage of presenting data in this manner.
Given a set of data, construct a frequency table according to criteria stated in this unit.
Given a set of data, construct both actual and relative frequency distributions that accurately represent the discrete or continuous nature of the data.
Given a set of data, calculate its variance and standard deviation.
Given the mean and standard deviation of a set of data in a normal distribution, find the ranges encompassing 68%, 95%, and 99% of all observations.
Describe at least two situations in which coefficient of variation is a useful tool.
Calculate coefficient of variation when given the mean and standard deviation of a set of data.
Explain how coefficient of variation is used in the clinical laboratory.
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Course Outline
Introduction to Statistics
Introduction to Statistics
Why Statistics?
Descriptive Statistics
Definition of Statistics Terms
Samples and Populations
Statistics and Parameters
Independent and Dependent Variables
Discrete and Continuous Data
Graphic Representation of Data
Importance of Professional Tables and Graphs
Table Specifications
Figures Specification
Frequency Distribution
Data and Data Pairs
Using Frequency Distributions
Reading Frequency Distributions
Constructing Frequency Distributions
A Frequency Distribution Example
Step 1: Select Size and Number of Class Intervals
Step 2: List the Class Intervals
Step 3: Sort the Data
Step 4: Determine Frequencies
Step 5: Determine Relative Frequencies
Graphing Frequency Distributions
Bar Chart
Histogram
Frequency Polygon
Absolute vs. Relative Frequency
Measures of Central Tendency
Mean, Median, and Mode
Mean
Median
Mode
Measures of Spread
Standard Deviation
Standard Deviation (continued)
Standard Deviation Example
Standard Deviation Example (continued)
Normal Distribution
Introduction to the Normal Distribution
Normal Distribution
68-95-99 Rule Illustrated
Inferences from Sample Data
Coefficient of Variation
A Measure of Relative Variability
Using the Coefficient of Variation
Monitoring Methods
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