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# Basic Graph Types

## Choosing the correct display for given data sets

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## Basic Graph Types

by Judy Hartranft //basic
Organize distributions of data by using a number of different methods.
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## Basic Graph Types

by Melissa Moreno //basic
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## Basic Graph Types

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## Discrete vs. Continuous Random Variables

by Danielle Pintz //basic
covers discrete and continuous random variables
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## Basic Graph Types

by Danielle Pintz //basic
covers the types of graphs associated with qualitative, quantitative, continuous, and discrete data
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