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CHAPTER 3 : DIAGRAMMATIC AND GRAPHIC DISPLAYS

3.1 Introduction

In the last chapter we have seen how to condense the mass of data by the method of classification and tabulation. It is not always easy for a layman to understand figures, nor is it is interesting for him. Apart from that too many figures are often confusing. One of the most convincing and appealing ways in which statistical results may be represented is through graphs and diagrams. It is for this reason that diagrams are often used by businessmen, newspapers, magazines, journals, government agencies and also for advertising and educating people.


 

Index

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Comparison Between Tabular And Diagrammatic Presentation
3.3 Difference Between Diagrams And Graphs
3.4 General Principles Of Constructing Diagrams
3.5 Bar Diagrams
3.6 Pie Chart
3.7 Graphs
3.8 Box and Whiskers

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