Name Instructor Course Date Importance of Tables to News Reporting Introduction The Article chosen is “Social Media Social Life” and seeks to evaluate the extent to which reliance on social media affects our societal lifestyles. In particular the article focused on how the youth view their digital lives (Rideout &Victria 2). The study evaluated all the modes of social media communication among the youths including twitter Facebook MySpace and GooglePlus among others. Various frequency tables have been constructed to evaluate this data and information. Usefulness of Frequency Table to News Reporting Data frequency tables have successfully of our analysis required only the simple aspects that could easily be obtained from the tabular analysis (Gravetter & Wallnau 38). The method presents an easy to understand approach for the general viewing. Addition of different colors to the tables as well as use of different tabular formats would add appeal to the data and information attracting more audience. Work Cited Gravetter Frederick J. and Larry B. Wallnau. Statistics for the behavioral sciences. Cengage Learning 2016.Rideout Victria M.A. Social Media Social Life: How Teens View Their Digital Lives. 1st ed. New York Common Sence 2012: 1-25. https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwj_g8D3y4TWAhUBCMAKHVdiCNwQFggzMAI&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.commonsensemedia.org%2Ffile%2Fsocialmediasociallife-final-061812pdf-0%2Fdownload&usg=AFQjCNHNEFuvxijX0Z302resgh4nlyBVCQ [...]
This is the discussion board for questions and replies about Chapter 2 - Frequency Distributions. Required Texts: Gravetter and Wallnau. Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences (10th edition). find a recent news article that includes some type of frequency table. Briefly describe the table and how it is useful to the news report (provide the link to news report as well). Did the construction of the table follow the guidelines given in the textbook? Do you think the table was the best possible table for the data? Why or why not?