# Displaying Univariate Data

## Examining the distribution of single variable numerical data from dot plots and stem-and-leaf plots

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## Displaying Univariate Data

This Concept shows student how to make stem-and-leaf plots as well as dot plots in order to display data with one variable.
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## Data Displays: Dot Plot and Stem & Leaf

by Cristine Fisher //advanced
This Concept shows student how to make stem-and-leaf plots as well as dot plots in order to display data with one variable.
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## Dot Plots (A-3, C-1)

by LISD Secondary Math //at grade
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## Displaying Univariate Data

by Laura Iossi //advanced
This Concept shows student how to make stem-and-leaf plots as well as dot plots in order to display data with one variable.
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## Ordering Leaves

by CK-12 //at grade
Displaying Univariate Data Interactive
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## Stem-and-Leaf Plot

Shows how to construct and use stem-and-leaf plots to examine data sets.
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## Displaying Univariate Data

by Danielle Pintz //basic
covers dot plots and stem-and-leaf plots
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