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4B. Bivariate Data Screening for One Categorical and One Quantitative Variable, What type of pilot would you want to run in Categorical with Quantitative?

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I think there is a typo error. You have mistakenly typed “pilot” in the question instead of “plot” because the word pilot does not make sense in this question.

The question actually means what type of plot we can draw using a categorical variable with the quantitative variable.

The type of plot that we can run in
categorical with quantitative is **bar plot.**

The qualitative variable can be on X-axis and Quantitative variable will be on Y-axis.

If you have any doubts please let me know.

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