Graphing Data (2)

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Unit 2: Graphing Data

Graphing Different Data Types

My first graph is a pie chart displaying the participation levels of females and males. A total of 200 participants were there comprising of 92 female and 108 male.

Male108
Female92

Second chart shows a histogram comparing male to female trend on a graph easy to read. Quantitative data is displayed because they are continuous numbers and therefore needs to be put in graph accordingly

Male Female 
BinFrequencyBinFrequency
591590
600600
610610
620620
630630
641640
650650
660661
670670
681681
690691
704701
714710
721721
733730
743741
758753
765763
776779
786783
799797
802808
815818
825823
835837
843845
853853
866865
875873
884886
895892
906903
910911
922921
933931
940941
951951
960960
971972
980981
990990

The third graph is a histogram comparing male and female heart rates after exercise.

Male Female 
BinFrequencyBinFrequency
680680
691690
700700
711710
721720
730731
740740
751750
761760
770770
780780
790791
803800
813811
825821
833833
844841
857853
864865
874875
887885
891895
903908
91109111
923926
932934
945946
956954
965963
973973
988982
991993
10051003
10141012
10211023
10331030
10401042
10511051
10611060
10711070

References

Serdar (2016). Graphs of Quantitative Data. Retrieved from https://www.statistics-made-easy.com/graphs-of-quantitative-data/




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