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.

Male 108
Female 92

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  
Bin Frequency Bin Frequency
59 1 59 0
60 0 60 0
61 0 61 0
62 0 62 0
63 0 63 0
64 1 64 0
65 0 65 0
66 0 66 1
67 0 67 0
68 1 68 1
69 0 69 1
70 4 70 1
71 4 71 0
72 1 72 1
73 3 73 0
74 3 74 1
75 8 75 3
76 5 76 3
77 6 77 9
78 6 78 3
79 9 79 7
80 2 80 8
81 5 81 8
82 5 82 3
83 5 83 7
84 3 84 5
85 3 85 3
86 6 86 5
87 5 87 3
88 4 88 6
89 5 89 2
90 6 90 3
91 0 91 1
92 2 92 1
93 3 93 1
94 0 94 1
95 1 95 1
96 0 96 0
97 1 97 2
98 0 98 1
99 0 99 0

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

Male   Female  
Bin Frequency Bin Frequency
68 0 68 0
69 1 69 0
70 0 70 0
71 1 71 0
72 1 72 0
73 0 73 1
74 0 74 0
75 1 75 0
76 1 76 0
77 0 77 0
78 0 78 0
79 0 79 1
80 3 80 0
81 3 81 1
82 5 82 1
83 3 83 3
84 4 84 1
85 7 85 3
86 4 86 5
87 4 87 5
88 7 88 5
89 1 89 5
90 3 90 8
91 10 91 11
92 3 92 6
93 2 93 4
94 5 94 6
95 6 95 4
96 5 96 3
97 3 97 3
98 8 98 2
99 1 99 3
100 5 100 3
101 4 101 2
102 1 102 3
103 3 103 0
104 0 104 2
105 1 105 1
106 1 106 0
107 1 107 0

References

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




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