A graph is really just a tool for helping us make a conclusion, but they should still be meaningful graphs.  This means we should make sure that:

  • we have the right graph to show the data
  • we avoid misleading features
  • the conclusion we wish to make is supported by the graph


  • Notes: 8.1.3 Critiquing Data


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