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Graphing notes


Graph A diagram that represents the relationship between two or more things.
X-Axis the horizontal axis of a bar or line graph; it runs along the bottom and represents the independent variable.
Y-Axis the vertical axis of a bar or line graph; it run's up the side and represents the dependent variable.
Bar Graph a graph that uses columns or rows to represent numeric amounts. A good all purpose graph.
Histogram a special bar graph which clumps the data together and there are no spaces between the bars.
Line graph a graph that connects points to show a continuous set of data.
Pie or Circle Graph a graph used to show a whole broken down into parts. The data is represented in percentages.
Pictograph a graph that uses pictures or symbols to represent the data.
Frequency Table a kind of display in which the frequency of each data item is found. Frequency of a data item-the number of times an item occurs in the set of data. Tallies- Used to display the frequency.
Line plot A graph that shows frequency of data along a number line. It is quick and simple.
Mean The average.
Median the middle number.
Mode the number or item in a set of data that appears the most often.
Stem And Leaf plot a system used to condense a set of data where the greatest place value of the data forms the stem and leaf.
Stem The greatest place value common to all the data values.
leaf the second greatest place value in a stem and leaf plot.
Box and Whisker plot A diagram that summarizes data using the median.
Created by: Brenton