When you have a big group of data and you need to see what it means, a line plot can help.
Need to find an average? Mean can help. Mean shows the average of a set of numbers.
Need to know how to divide data into two halves? Learn how to use median, and you will have your answer.
Did you know that the winner of the presidential election is the candidate who is the mode? Find out why!
If you are looking for the difference between the highest and the lowest numbers in a set of data, you have come to the right place.
Looking for a fancy way to show your data? A pictograph might be the perfect solution. See how you can make your graph fun and informative!
You have a big set of data, and you need to see how the numbers compare with each other. What do you? Your best bet might be to create a bar graph.
Got data that needs to be organized by place value? No sweat. A stem-and-leaf plot is just the thing.
What part of your class has brown hair? Red hair? Blonde hair? Black hair? If you need to analyze the parts of a whole, a circle graph is the answer.
When you need to show how often something happened over a period of time, a histogram is the graph for you.
Got two sets of data to compare? No problem. A double-line graph will set you up.
If you are having trouble deciding which graph to use, look no further! We have some tips that will make graph-choosing a cinch.