After completing this module, you should be able to ...

- Describe bivariate data.
- Distinguish between response and explanatory variables.
- Construct a scatterplot with R.
- Know when it is appropriate to calculation a correlation coefficient.
- Calculate a correlation coefficient with R.
- Construct a succinct written summary that addresses the four key characteristics (form, direction, outliers, and strength) of the relationship between two quantitative variables.

## Preparation for Class

Use the materials below to answer the questions on this preparation guide.

- Reading
- Construct a Scatterplot [7 mins]
- What is the Correlation? [8 mins;
*start at 0:32*] - Bivariate EDA (Quantitative) in R [8 mins]
- Interpeting a Bivariate EDA (Quantitative) [10 mins]

## Practice

- Exercises (
*more as time permits*) … ANSWER KEY - Review Exercises: Definitions and Calculations / EDA