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©M. Reber 01/12/12 Graphics Any visual form of presenting information
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2 Overview Types of Graphics Types of Illustrations Ways to Integrate Graphics
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3 Overview Types of Graphics Types of Illustrations Ways to Integrate Graphics
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Types of Graphics Tables Graphs Charts Illustrations 4
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Types of Graphics: Tables Tables are rows and columns of numbers, words, or symbols They provide efficient means of presenting comparative information Information that is suitable for a table generally has two comparative axes Tables should have headings for columns and/or rows Check for information in your text that could be presented as a table Tables should be introduced within the text to provide context 5
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Types of Graphics: Tables (cont.) 6 Name Email Address Phone #1 Phone # 2 1 . John Smith [email protected] 408-000-0000 650-000-0000 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 7 .
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Types of Graphics: Graphs Graphs show changes in data over time 7
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Types of Graphics: Charts Charts plot specific information, such as scientific data The most common charts are: pie charts and bar charts Pie charts show percentages of a whole: 8
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9 Types of Graphics: Charts (cont.) Bar charts show the same information with the length of each bar representing a percentage or amount:
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Illustrations Illustrations give a graphic representation of a thing or action
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This note was uploaded on 01/12/2012 for the course BUS 61 taught by Professor Reber during the Winter '12 term at DeAnza College.

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