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GRAPH NOTES. PURPOSE OF A GRAPH. The purpose of a graph is to display the data as a picture Use the averages from the data table. GRAPH RUBRIC worth 4 points. 1 pt – Title 1 pt – Labels with Units IV on X-axis & DV on Y-axis 1 pt – Consistent Numbering / Naming

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purpose of a graph
PURPOSE OF A GRAPH
  • The purpose of a graph is to display the data as a picture
  • Use the averages from the data table
graph rubric worth 4 points
GRAPH RUBRICworth 4 points
  • 1 pt – Title
  • 1 pt – Labels with Units IV on X-axis & DV on Y-axis
  • 1 pt – Consistent Numbering / Naming
  • 1 pt – Correct line / bars

based on IV and Averages

graph format
GRAPH FORMAT

The effect of “IV” on “DV”

DV (units)

IV (units)

2 types of graphs
2 TYPES OF GRAPHS
  • Bar Graph
  • Line Graph
bar graph
BAR GRAPH
  • For when the IV is quaLitative
  • example
line graph
LINE GRAPH
  • For when the IV is quaNtitative
  • example
skeleton graph
Skeleton graph
  • No data input. Just title and labels
    • The same for each type of graph
  • example
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What type of graph do we use for a qualitative IV?

  • What type of graph do we use for a quantitative IV?
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