Graph It!: How to Make, Read, and Interpret Graphs
A guide to achieving the graphic literacy necessary for courses on research methods in psychology and statistics. With sample illustrations the book teaches how to recognize and describe data relationships depicted in graph form, using a background consistent with courses in research methods.
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Graphs and Visual Communication
Three Important Guidelines
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