they are graphs that are misleading
Yes, just by changing the distance between data points you can make a trend seem to accelerate rapidly and steeply, or do the opposite and hide that information.
how about you tell me what a misleading box and whisker plot is first and then ill answer ur question ;)
A graph that leads you to think something else
Make graph votes like 4 votes apart
They usually contain a "break" in the graph, which would be on the left side of the graph.
Incorrectly plotted points.
label the axises
it means to write everything in wrong answers
A misleading graph is when a graph provides only part of the information, or displays comparisons that are not based on all of the information. For example, a fiscal graph for a city may show a reduction in sales tax rates, but may not indicate that the decline was more than matched by an increase in other taxes (such as a franchise tax) on the same retail operations.
Don't make graphs misleading!As for the answer: different scales, leaving out points, drawing extra lines with no meaning, confusing labels, ...Most graphs you see online are misleading, few are really good.
It could skip numbers, such as if you are counting by 3's (3,6,9,12,15) then it could have wrong numbers, and there could also be other misleading stuff too. +++ It could be misleading if the values themselves are incorrect, or if the line is a best-fit trace drawn erroneously, perhaps on a graph of points that genuinely do not really follow a discreet numerical law.
a graph key is when one end of the graph goes into a nother graph and makes baby graphs.
It is used to trick people into believing that something is fine or not fine. Either for own personal gain or advancement in some field for investment. Its a lie, not true, not accurate, misleading.
There are a few different things that will make a climate graph more useful. Having data for a long period of time makes this graph very useful.