Graphs in PASW

# Graphs in PASW - Instead let’s choose Histogram Percent,...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/7/11 An example of a graph in PASW

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7/7/11 Data on IQs
7/7/11 What type of graph do we want to produce?

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7/7/11 Let’s try a histogram. Click on Graphs and from the drop down menu, choose Chart Builder
7/7/11 The window below shows options for the type of graph. Choose Histogra m

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7/7/11 Several forms of histogram appear as options. We’ll go for a simple one, so drag the example to the top right space
7/7/11 PASW asks us to insert the x-variable, which is IQ. We drag it from the top left to its position on the graph

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7/7/11 IQ is now added to the ‘statistics’ box on the right. Click on the box labelled Histogram for options about the graph
7/7/11 The options are below. ‘Histogram’ will give us a basic Histogram.

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Unformatted text preview: Instead let’s choose Histogram Percent, and then click ‘Apply’ at the bottom of the right hand box, and then click OK at the bottom of 7/7/11 The output appears in a separate window: Note that the short bars each represent just one person 7/7/11 Some extra points 1 • We can change the ranges for IQ on the histogram by clicking on Set Parameters in the Statistics box. • We can also change the output format by double clicking on the Graph in the Output file, and then double clicking on individual elements of the graph. • So we can change, e.g., the font and/or size of an axis label, or the colour of the bars. 7/7/11 Another point: the ‘Paste’ button (to be discussed in class...
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## This note was uploaded on 06/23/2011 for the course HTH SCI 2A03 taught by Professor Shannon during the Winter '11 term at McMaster University.

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