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Types of Graphs

Discussing different kinds of graphs and how we use them.
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Kevin Hernandez

on 31 March 2011

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Transcript of Types of Graphs

Types of Graphs There are many different graphs for a number of various situations. Some strengths of this graph are:
-showing specific values.
-showing trends in data.
-enable viewer to make predictions some strengths of line graphs include:
- showing specific values of data
- showing trends in data
- enable viewer to make predictions
some strengths of the line graph include:
- showing specific values of data
- shows trends in data
- allows viewers to make predictions pictograph Some advantages of the pictograph
are that it is easy to read and interpret. Line Graph Line graphs compare 2
variables over time. a graph that uses symbols
or pictures to help represent
statistical data. Pie Chart Pie chart is a circular chart
divided into sectors illustrating
proportion. some advantages of the pie chart are:
- it's visually appealing
- shows percentage of total. Flow Chart a type of diagram that represents a process Some advantages of flow charts are:
- it is easy to read
- can describe almost any process Flow chart is a diagram that
represents a process. Bar Graph a chart with rectangular bars
with lengths proportional to their values. Some advantages of bar graphs are:
- easy to read and interpret
- easily compares 2 or more variables
- easy to prepare Histogram displays and compares continuous data in ordered columns Advantages are that it is visually strong
and can compare to a normal curve. Scatterplot displays the relationship between
two factors. Some advantages of a scatterplot are:
- it shows trends in the data
- retains exact data values
- shows minimum, maximum, and outliers. Some strengths of the line graph include:
- showing specific values of data.
- shows trends in data
- allows viewers to make predictions.
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