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Michelle Wilson frequency side (male) by (female) side Chart Lab 2
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Notes: The relative freq sbys chart shows that nearly 13% of males and females did not graduate from high school. 32% of males and 35% of females became high school graduates, while 18% of males and 17% of females gained some college. Males exceed females in higher education levels except for high school graduates and associates degree levels by a few percent points. The rel freq chart has an advantage over the freq chart because it compares males and females on a relative basis independent of the population size differences.

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By darren
Mar 20, 2019

wrong chart or wrong analysis
By mwilson147
Mar 8, 2019

Notes:

The relative freq sbys chart shows that nearly 12% of males and 11% females did not graduate from high school. 33% of males and 33% of females became high school graduates, while 17% of males and 18% of females gained some college. Males exceed females in higher education levels except for high school graduates and associates degree levels by a few percent points. The rel freq chart has an advantage over the freq chart because it compares males and females on a relative basis independent of the population size differences.


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