3 things I now know about graphing-
- You can misrepresent the data.
For example, you can distort the size of the bar in the bar graph, by making it wider.
You can also add a break in the y-axis so you can change the interval. For example, you can first go up by 4's, but you want to start with the number one, you put in the break and after the break, you have to make sure you ALWAYS go up by 4's afterwards.
- There's 6 types of graphs. They are circle graph, line graph, bar graph, double bar graph, double line graph, and pictograph.
If I had a chance to re do my test, what would I do differently?
I would actually ORGANIZE my data on the same page, not in my binder, also I would try predicting in my conclusions more to make them more accurate.