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Transcript: Data Visualization/ Information Design Trendalyzer - Hans Rosling - Line Graph - Bar Chart - Pie Chart/ Circle Graph William Playfair, a Scottish engineer and political economist created the idea that data could be presented to the masses (1759-1823) "helping people see without words" -Tufte Till this day, many, cite from his book Commercial and Political Atlas, and consider it The Bible: a ancient and revered book that is often cited but rarely read. Other Innovators in the field a non profit, that promotes sustainable global development and achievement of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals by increased use and understanding of statistics and other information about social, economic and environmental development at local, national and global levels. Graphs and Charts History a software which animates data. Charts and graphs have evolved into other forms known as infographics or Information Graphics - graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present complex information quickly and clearly. Hans Rosling, a Swedish medical doctor, academic, statistician and public speaker/ storyteller. He is Professor of International Health at Karolinska Institute and co-founder and chairman of the Gapminder Foundation, which developed the Trendalyzer software system. Edward Tufte who is known as a pioneer in the field of data visualization and information design. (Princeton) Experts: John Tukey (Alma Mater Brown University 1936) who came up with the FFT algorithm and Box Plot. Storytelling, and graphs, and visual data, OH MY! ...and created diagrams, known to us as: Today

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Transcript: 1st- Freedom of religion, speech and the press; rights of assembly, and petition 2nd- Rights to Bear Arms 3rd- Not to house soldiers 4th- Search and Arrest Warrants 5th- Rights in Criminal Cases 6th- Rights to Fair Trial 7th- Rights in Civil Cases 8th- Bails, Fines, and Punishments 9th- Rights Retained by the People 10th- Powers Retained by the States and by the People Popular Sovereignty-The people establish government and are the source of its power. Limited Government- Gocernment powers are restricted to protect individual rights. Seperation of powers- The power to govern is divided among executive, legislative, and judicial branches to prevent the concentration and abuse of power by any one branch. Checks and balances- Each branch of the government has the authority to check, restrain, some powers of the other two branches. Judicial Review- The judiciary has the power to strike down laws and other government actions as invalid under the constitution. Federalism- The rights of the states are protected by dividing powers between the national government and the state governments. Congress can propose and amendment with two thirds vote in each house Amendments can also be proposed by national convention called by the congress with two-thirds voteof the state legislature Amendments can be ratified with the vote of three-fourths of the states Amendments can also be ratified with convention in three-fourths of the states Executive- has the ability to veto acts of Congress, call special sessions of congress, can suggest laws and send messages to congress, appoints federal judges, and can grant reprieve and pardons for federal crimes. Legislative- can impeach nad remove the president, can overide veto, controlls spending of money, approves or regects certain presedential nominations, must ratify all forml us treaties, can impeach and remove federal judges, and establishes lower federal courts. Judicial- can declare acts of congress unconstitutional throught judicial review, can declare executive acts unconstitutionaland judes are appointed for life and are free of executive controll. Nichole Bennett Bill of Rights Federalists Seperation of Powers Need for a strong central government to guard us from foreign dangers to be a guardian for commerce Need power to tax For protection James Madison, John Adams, and Alexander Hamilton GOAL! Anti-Federalists Charts and Graphs Principles of the Constitution Amending the Constitution opposed the constitution, unless changes were made Claimed central government was going to be to strong Claimed the power of the states would be desroyed Worried that power hungery people would take over the cental government The power to govern belongs to the people and should be cautios to give it up Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, and George Mason Demanded to add a Bill of Rights to protect the individual

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Transcript: GRAPHS and CHARTS Lucia Ďuglová Alexandra Ďurčanská 1Z511B Economics and management 2019/2020 What are they? Types of graphs Types of changes Misleading graphs Exercises Table of contents What are they? What are graphs and charts? Graphs and charts are visuals that show relationships between data and are intended to display the data in a way that is easy to understand and remember. Is there a difference between graphs and charts? Types of graph Types of graphs Pie chart Pie chart Bar chart Bar chart Flow chart Flow chart Histogram Histogram Line graph Line graph Cross section Cross section Table Table Exercise 1 Look at the 4 graphs / charts. Read their descriptions and choose the correct word in italics. Exercise 1 1 This table / graph / chart shows you the main findings. It is based on / divided into / shown from four sections. 2 The upward / flat / downward trend shows positive results. 3 These tables / graphs / figures are the sales results of each of our branches. 4 This decrease will definitely stop / continue / change into next year. Exercise 2 Look at the graph and complete the sentences on the right. Each gap is one word. Exercise 2 1. In 1998 sales ................... 2. In the following year they ................... ................... 3. In 2000 there was a ................... ................... in sales. 4. In 2001 business improved and there was a ................... ................... 5. And in 2002 sales ................... ................... 6. In the five-year period sales ................... by ................... Key: increased, fell slowly, rose, slow rise, rose sharply, sharp drop Misleading graphs Misleading graphs Thank you for your attention! The end

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Transcript: 2019 L02: Love Letter (Effective Sentences & Paragraphs) ENG 106L BYU-Pathway Worldwide Devotional Devotional Gospel Connection Teach One Another Gospel Connection Within the pairs, each student will think of a gospel example related to the topic to share with their partner. 5 minutes Whole Class Whole Class Share the example that their partner shared with you with the whole group. Topic Review Topic Review Do you think this is an effective example of Transitions? If so, what makes it effective? Which of the readings did the best job of exemplifying the concept of clarity? Transitions Transitions You may think that all cheerleaders are not smart; however, many cheerleaders at the college level have a 4.0 GPA. In conclusion, Achilles' tragic flaw was his belief in his own immortality. Donuts contain a lot of sugar; therefore, they are not something you should eat every day.. However Therefore In Conclusion Do you think this is an effective example of Sentence Fragments? If so, what makes it effective? Strategy 2 "He looked levelly at the great red face across the desk. 'It's a remarkable case-history. Galloping paranoia. Delusions of jealousy and persecution. Megalomaniac hatred and desire for revenge." (Ian Fleming, Moonraker, 1955) Let's to read our "letters" The Letters Let's make partners. You will exchange papers with your partner. Before reading each other's paper, each writer should briefly mention any concerns about his or her own paper. Each person will silently read the paper, making marks and comments on the copy. Goal 1 You should read each paper with the following questions in mind: Is the essay clearly focused on the topic? Are there places that could be enhanced with more detail or description? Are there places where too much detail or description interferes with reading? Is there any part that is difficult or confusing to read? Did you ever get “lost” as the reader? You should then write two points of praise and two suggestions for improvement on the back of the paper. Instructions Instructions (Three times) Read the paper and write comments Briefly explain those comments to the partner Quickly find a new partner Repeat the process Every person of the room will describe in two adjective the person who is in your right-hand side. Play a game! Let's Play

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