How can you present or organize your statistical or numerical data so that it is accessible and meaningful for your readers or audience?
Graphing Statistics & Data introduces the technique and art of producing good charts. Carefully written with many examples and illustrations, the book begins with an introduction to the building blocks of charts (axes, scales, and patterns) and then describes each step involved in creating effective and easy-to-read charts. Throughout the book, the authors use numerous examples of real data as a basis of the maps and charts. They also include a chapter that shows step-by-step how to work from the data to the finished chart. Practical textual information serves as a guide for executing each stage of preparing a chart or graph.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|
Table of Contents
The Power of ChartsChoosing Chart TypesThe Building Blocks of ChartsBar Charts Our Basic ChartShowing FrequenciesShowing Development over TimeShowing RelationshipShowing VariationShowing FlowsShowing Geographical VariationSome Chart PhilosophyCharts and LayoutCharts in PracticeCheck-ListChoice of Technology for Producing Charts