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For my 3 different graphs I will be representing data using line graphs, bar graphs and histograms, for healthcare data. Each graph used describes the data that is presented with a picture of each graph. My goal is not to have it difficult to read, but to provide an easy to use guide. Line graphs- A line graph, also known as a line chart, is used to visualize the value of something over time. The line graph consists of a horizontal line and a vertical line. Data points are plotted and connected by a line in a "dot-to-dot" fashion. The line graph is a powerful visual tool for marketing, finance, and other areas. It is also useful in laboratory research, or any other function involving a correlation between two numerical values. For example, you could create a line graph comparing the financial trends for private insurance and the uninsured.Histogram- Histograms are sometimes confused with bar charts. A histogram is used for continuous data, where the bins represent ranges of data. Some authors recommend that bar charts have gaps