Different Kinds of Graphs

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Different Kinds of Graphs
Different Kinds of Graphs
Types of Graphs
Line Graphs
Comparing various sets of data can be complicated, but line graphs make it easy. The plotted
peaks and dips on the grid al ow you to monitor and compare improvement and decline.
Scientists use line graphs al the time, as do al types of professionals and students. Learn
more about line graphsa"the most popular type of graph.
You first encounter pictographs during childhood and bump into them al through lifea"at
school, work, and al over magazines and on TV.
These diagrams, which use smal picture symbols to compare information, are a media
favorite; statisticians, though, do not share the sentiment.
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A cosmograph is a type of chart that shows comparisons. In doing so, it makes life and work
If you want to prepare an input-output model for your organization, or compare the features of
a geographical region through a simple visual, cosmographs come in handy. Find out how a
cosmograph can help you.
Flow Charts
When projects seem overbearing and processes seem complex, flow charts can save the day
by break things down into smaller steps and giving you a clearer idea of the overall process.
Shapes are typical y used to represent the components of a flow chart. Find out what these
shapes represent and learn more about flow charts.
Bar Graphs
Pleasing to the eyes, bar graphs compare data in a simple format consisting of rectangular
With a few varieties to choose from, settling on the right bar graph might be confusing. Should
you go with a horizontal, vertical, double or group bar graph? Read on to find out.
Pie Charts
Simple to make and simple to understand, a pie chart is a popular form of data comparison,
consisting of a circle that is split into parts.
When should you use pie charts, and when should you not? Learn about their advantages and
disadvantages, and get some tips on making pie charts.
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Organizational Charts
These diagrams represent the relationships between the different positions and ranks of a
company through a series of boxes that go from top to bottom and side to side.
Not only does an organizational chart add order and structure to an organization, but it also
shows if changes are needed. Get more information on organizational charts.
Graphic Presentation - Stem and Leaf Plot
Stem and Leaf plots are another way to present data. They get their name from their sort-of
resemblence to tree branches.
We can make a stem and leaf plot from the class height data. The first thing we have to do is
find out what is the stem and what are the leaves. The data for the heights is listed in
centimeters. They rannge from 141 to 177 centimeters.
The way a stem and leaf plot works is you take the number in the right-most position and
those numbers are the leaves. The remainder of the number is the stem.

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