A nutrition consulting company created an education program to increase the calcium intake in children ages 9 to 13. To measure the effectiveness of the program, an analyst performs an experiment in which 200 children are assigned randomly to either the control group (no education) or the education group. The average daily dietary calcium intake is calculated from 3-day diet records.
You can use this data to demonstrate Dotplot, Probability Plot, Empirical CDF Plot, and other graphs that compare distributions.
|Calcium||The average daily dietary calcium intake in milligrams|
|Group||The group that the child belongs to: Control (no education) or Education|