List 7 ways of representing data

Zoe Oneal
2021-10-20
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List 7 ways of representing data

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Arham Warner

Answered 2021-10-21
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Step 1

Data can be represented using tables, charts and graphs.

Different ways of graphical representation are-

1. Pie Chart

2. Bar Chart

3. Histogram

4. Boxplot

5. Line Chart

6. Frequency Polygon

Step 2

Tables can be in the form of simple tables or tables which show the frequency distributions.

Data can also be represented using measures of central tendency and dispersion like mean, median, mode, range, and standard deviation.

Data can be represented using tables, charts and graphs.

Different ways of graphical representation are-

1. Pie Chart

2. Bar Chart

3. Histogram

4. Boxplot

5. Line Chart

6. Frequency Polygon

Step 2

Tables can be in the form of simple tables or tables which show the frequency distributions.

Data can also be represented using measures of central tendency and dispersion like mean, median, mode, range, and standard deviation.

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