Choosing the Correct Graph
(100%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Data Analysis Description: Once you have a set of data, you need to know which graph to use so that you can organize your data and present it clearly. When you know the best time to use each graph, you will display your data like a champ! 

Circle Graph
(53%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Data Analysis Description: A circle graph is a visual that is used to show how a whole breaks down into parts. 

DoubleLine Graphs
(15%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Data Analysis Description: Doubleline graphs show how two sets of related data change over a period of time. 

StemandLeaf Plots
(11%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Data Analysis Description: Stemandleaf plots are helpful when you need to organize data that spans a large range, or data that needs to be organized by place value. 

Line Plots
(5%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Data Analysis Description: Line plots help organize information. Using line plots can help us easily analyze the range and the mode of a set of data. 
Bar Graphs
(3%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Data Analysis Description: A bar graph is a visual that uses bars to show comparisons among information. See, the data is represented by bars, making it much easier to compare. You can even choose to make your graph horizontal or vertical. 

Histograms
(2%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Data Analysis Description: A histogram is a special kind of bar graph that shows frequency within an interval. For example, a histogram could show types of bicycles and the number of each sold in October. 

Ordered Pairs
(2%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Algebra Description: An ordered pair is a set of numbers that tells us where to find a point on a coordinate grid. The first number represents the value on the xaxis and the second number represents the value on the yaxis. 

Pictograph
(1%)
Subject: Math
Topic: Data Analysis Description: Pictographs use pictures, or symbols, to organize or compare data. Typically, the picture or symbol chosen on a pictograph relates to the data. For example, for a graph showing how many apples you picked, you might use a picture of an apple. 