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Fig. 4

From: Exploring relationships between medical college rankings and performance with big data

Fig. 4

a This figure shows a scatter plot of the rank of a medical school on the x-axis versus the cost of attending that school on the y-axis. The cost reported consists of the in-state tuition, fees and insurance per student. b This figure shows a scatter plot of the social mission rank of a medical school on the x-axis versus the cost of attending that school on the y-axis. The cost is reported consists of the in-state tuition, fees and insurance per student. The linear fit regression line has the form C = 51.6 S + 36,130 where S is the social mission rank of a medical school and C is the cost of attendance. (R-squared = 0.029) c This figure shows the ten medical schools with the lowest cost of attendance (for in-state students). Their social mission rank and traditional rank are also included. d This figure shows the ten medical schools with the highest cost of attendance (for in-state students). Their social mission rank and traditional rank are also included.

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