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Blood Glucose Readings (mg/dl)
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When examining the graphs and summary statistics for the fasting blood glucose levels of the patient.  I Dr. Schroeder would diagnose this patient as diabetic.  My reasoning for diagnosing this person as diabetic is because when looking at the histogram and dotplot. Over 50% of the patients blood glucose levers are over 110 mg/dl.  When looking at the column statistics both the mean and the median are over 110 mg/dl.  Therefore I Dr. Schroeder diagnose this patient as diabetic and those are my reasons to help show that my patient is diabetic.

Result 1: Blood Glucose Readings Histogram   [Info]
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Result 2: Blood Glucose Readings Dotplot   [Info]
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Result 3: Blood glucose readings Column Statistics   [Info]
Summary statistics:
Column n Mean Variance Std. Dev. Std. Err. Median Range Min Max Q1 Q3
Blood Glucose Levels 26 115.19231 80.88154 8.993417 1.763754 116.5 39 97 136 110 120

Result 4: blood glucose readings Frequency Table   [Info]
Frequency table results for Blood Glucose Levels:
Blood Glucose Levels Frequency Relative Frequency
97 1 0.03846154
98 1 0.03846154
103 1 0.03846154
104 1 0.03846154
108 1 0.03846154
109 1 0.03846154
110 1 0.03846154
111 2 0.07692308
113 1 0.03846154
115 2 0.07692308
116 1 0.03846154
117 1 0.03846154
118 4 0.15384616
120 2 0.07692308
122 3 0.115384616
123 1 0.03846154
131 1 0.03846154
136 1 0.03846154

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By cgapstat
Oct 4, 2011

The 2 graphs shown really give the same info. A boxplot would be a better choice for one of your graphs. A boxplot shows that 75% of the readings are over 110. It is true that many doctors probably would call this patient diabetic, even though the levels are not consistently over 126.

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