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Graphical Displays

Chapter 11

Line plot (dot plot) a diagram that shows the frequency of data on a number line
histogram a type of bar graph where the bars are connected to display numerical data that have been organized into equal intervals
frequency distribution (table) shows how many piece of data are in each interval
box plot (box and whisker plot) a diagram that separates the data into four equal parts. Each part contains 25% of the data. It is constructed using five values.
distribution the arrangement of data values
symmetric distribution data values that are evenly distributed
cluster data values that are group close together
gaps empty spaces or intervals in a set of data
peak the most frequently occurring value in a line plot
line graph a graph used to show how a set of data changes over time
Created by: jenniferlofty