Planning Using Charts Graphs .

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Outline. After this presentation, you ought to better understand:Using the right diagram or chart to show your informationDesign standards for outlines and graphsHow to lie and cheat with charts, numbers and insights. Utilize the right apparatus. Pie outlines. Cut speaks to relative measure of a wholeSlices ought to be rates
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Outlining & Using Charts & Graphs Compiled by: Jim Lucas Modified by: Luke Reese

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Overview After this introduction, you ought to better comprehend: Using the correct outline or diagram to exhibit your data Design standards for diagrams and charts How to lie and cheat with diagrams, numbers and insights

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Use the correct apparatus

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Pie graphs Slice speaks to relative measure of an entire Slices ought to be rates—not outright values Good plan: Easily recognized pie cuts (recall highly contrasting) Slice estimate diminishes clockwise around pie Label the pie straightforwardly

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Things to maintain a strategic distance from on a pie Exploding every one of the cuts Inconsistent naming Legends No marking

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Proportional bar graph Used to show corresponding sums as a pie diagram Use side scale for more exact measures Make it sufficiently wide to peruse If you have numerous bars, put the slightest fluctuating components first

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Bar graphs Use to show change in ordinal (requested arrangement, e.g., 1 st , 2 nd , 3 rd ) or ostensible (name or frame, e.g., Yahoo, Google, Teoma) information Usually vertical, however utilize even on the off chance that it bodes well Color code reliably Avoid over underlining one line If you utilize a legend, have it take after the request of your bars

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Line diagrams Used to show change in patterns and persistent information Vary shading or line weight to point out particular focuses Points on hold are vital for exact qualities Be steady with naming

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Line charts proceeded with Put warm, brilliant hued lines on top Use a scale that precisely mirrors the adjustment in data

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Picture graph or chart You can utilize pictures in the place of a bar diagram or diagram Follow shading and subject traditions Have the photos adjust in a similar bearing Vary measure not shading or shading

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Palm Tree Growth

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Palm Tree Growth

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Tips for graphs and maps Follow the way of life of the data Identify connections on an outline Use shading, line weight, shading to sort out data Show just significant data Avoid gridlines unless required

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Departmental Structure Department Chairperson Administrative Assistant Technology Communications Chair Manager Staff Specialists Information Officers Faculty

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Lying with charts Altering the y-pivot Distorted shapes Uneven begin point Using shading, lines or other strategy to contort contrasts Using 3-D impacts or mutilations

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Michigan\'s Economy

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Lying diagrams and measurements Percentages and total qualities Numbers are relative Squishy numbers and figures Value names Error

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Absolute qualities

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Absolute qualities versus rates

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Relativity II

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