This guide provides access to health statistics and data from a variety of sources including but not limited to the Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization, US Census Bureau, and Pennsylvania Department of Health.
|Information gathered with the intent to be used to analyze a particular phenomenon
|The presented analysis compiled from numerical data
|The raw materials used to make up statistics
|Information gleaned from data that helps provide an overview of the data's findings
|Often presented in datasets, compiled in a spreadsheet
|Frequently takes the form of data visualizations, like charts, tables, and graphs
See some examples of data vs. statistics by visiting Michigan State University's guide here.