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Art and Science of Graphical Presentations Statistics for Management and Economics Chapter 3
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Objectives “Graphical Excellence” “Graphical Deception” Presenting Statistics: Written Reports and Oral Presentations
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I have a great subject [statistics] to write upon, but feel keenly my literary incapacity to make it easily intelligible without sacrificing accuracy and thoroughness. -Sir Francis Galton
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“Graphical Excellence” 1) Large data sets are presented concisely and coherently. Source: www.nsf.gov . National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics Information Cards: Science and Engineering Indicators 2004 NSB 04-01B (Arlington, VA).
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“Graphical Excellence” 2) The message being presented by the chart is clear. Source: National Training Center’s pyramid graph of Average Learning Retention Rates
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“Graphical Excellence” 3) The comparison of two or more variables is aided.
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“Graphical Excellence” 4) The substance of the data, not the form of the graph is prominent.
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