This TI-89 program creates a normal quantile plot from a list of data points. a Quantile Plot also Known as a Q-Q plot is a probability plot, which is a graphical method for comparing two probability distributions by graphing their quantiles against each other. Q-Q plots can also be used as a graphical means of estimating parameters in a location-scale family of distributions. They can also be used to compare the shapes of distributions, providing a graphical view of how properties such as location, scale, and skewness are similar or different in the two distributions.
|Title:||Quantile Plot – Q-Q Plot|
|Requirements:||Requires the ti-89 calculator.|
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|Brief Description:||TI-89 graphing calculator program for creating Quantile or Q-Q Plots.|
|Keywords:||Program, Statistics, ti-89, Calculator Quantile, Plot, -, Q-Q, Plot|