You cannot. Or rather, you should not. You do not know if the relationship is linear or something else. A scatter graph is the best way to establish the nature of the relationship. For example, the correlation between x and y, when y = x2 between, say, -4 and +4 is zero (because of symmetry). That would lead you to conclude that there was no relationship. You could not be more incorrect!
This answer is for drawing stratified scatter plot by using SPSS package. Go to Graphs -> Legacy Dialogs -> Scatter/Dots -> Simple Scatter. Click Define button. Then set Y-axis (usually dependent variable) and X-axis ( independent variable). Also important to note that those two variables should not be qualitative variables. Then select a variable that you want to make strata in the scatter plot. Yeshanwithanage
Properties of a good measure of central tendency are:-It should be rigidly defined.It should include all observations.it should be simple to understand and easy to calculate.it should be capable of further mathematical treatment.It should be least affected by extreme observations.it should possess sampling stability.
The actual analysis and breakdown should be put in the appendix, but your findings should be in the main part of your thesis (linking the reader to the appendix should they require more information)
A random sample should be taken from an entire population.
You must need to include most of the elements for interesting use. Pie charts, graphs, pictures etc should be there.
Many people find it easier to take in information when it is presented in visual form. Graphs and charts are often not much use for the actual analyses but may help suggest the sort of analyses that should be carried out.
A visual aid supplements words with pictures, charts, graphs, or other visualinformation. They are important because they help the audience understand and remember, increase audience interest, and act as notes or reminders for the speaker.
You should read the problem and any directions, graphs, charts, and data that goes with the problem
Question/purpose, hypothesis ,in the middle data and graphs and pictures, on the other side results and conclusion.
The teacher should stop the class and re instruct the learners or question the learners and get them to verify what they should be doing.
Diagrams, charts, pictures, tables, information, or anything you need to get the point across to whomever is viewing it.
They organize information into charts, graphs, or tables to learn. Geographers categorize regions in three ways: formal, functional,and graphical.
In most academic writing, you would spell out the date (Example: September 5, 2009). Formal letters should be no exception. For charts and graphs, you want to go with what is easy and quick to read, so go with the slashes for your dates there.