Any kind of graph can be used for quantitative data.
Any kind of graph can be used for discrete data.
Any graph can be used for such a purpose.
It all depends on what kind of bar graph your're making, and also for what data your putting on it !
They are used for when each data group contains two different sets of frequency data. A double bar graph is used to compare both between and within data groups
Mathematics frequency table is a graph that is used for data value. This makes it easier for things to be graded.
Any kind of graph can be used. It depends on the nature of the data, the type of comparison and the preferences of the person writing up the results.
A pie chart :) or a bar graph.
A line plot is used to organize data while it is being collected. It is a type of graph that uses a number line to show the frequency of data.
Bar graphs are used to graph frequencies or amounts of data in discrete groups. For example.... look at this bar graph below!
The line and the bar graph is used to describe a graph that compares two sets of data.
A graph that used the same one of the numbers more than once.
A line graph is used to show data over time.
Any kind of data - nominal, ordinal or interval - provided you can group the data into a few categories. Ideally not more than seven, though in exceptional cases, up to ten may be used.
graph of modulus
A pie graph is used for percentage.
A graph is used as a visual representation of data
Graph's functions visualize data, putting it in perspectie and comparision. and to show data
a circle graph
Bar graph :)
Almost any kind of graph can be used to show discrete data: You can use a line graph (most economic data), a bar graph (demographics), a pictogram, a pie chart, a scatter plot, radar. Although 3-d charts can also be used, they are very poor at conveying information because of the difficulty in interpreting depth.