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 X-axis is used to display the ?? variable While the Y-axis is used to display the ?? variable X - Independent Y - Dependent Bar graphs depict ?? ?? for what level(s) of data? Frequency data for nminal level variables In making a bar graph it is important to space the bars evenly on the horizontal axis because... It reminds the viewer that the categories represent differences in TYPE not amount Height of the bars tells the viewer... how frequently the category occured A pie graph is also known as ... a circle graph. Pie graphs display what level(s) of data? They display all levels: Mominal, Ordinal, Interval, and Ratio Pie graphs are used when the the categories/values constitue a.. whole. Do determine how large to draw each "piece" you need to... Multiply the % of a variable by 360○ Histograms display what level(s) of data? Ordinal, Interval, and Ratio The bars for a histogram display what information? The bars show the frequency of catagories/values associated with a varaible Unlike the bar graph, the bars of a histogram touch sides because... the categories represent differences in the AMOUNT of a variable Frequency Polygons are also known as Line graphs Frequency Polygons are similar to histograms because they... dispaly the overall shape of the distribution of scores. Midpoint means...and is used when... Means: the smallest and alrgest value divided by 2 Used when: scores are grouped into intervals to find one single number Frequency Polyons display what level(s) of data? Interval and Ratio X-axis is used to display the ?? variable While the Y-axis is used to display the ?? variable X - Independent Y - Dependent Bar graphs depict ?? ?? for what level(s) of data? Frequency data for nminal level variables In making a bar graph it is important to space the bars evenly on the horizontal axis because... It reminds the viewer that the categories represent differences in TYPE not amount Height of the bars tells the viewer... how frequently the category occured A pie graph is also known as ... a circle graph. Pie graphs display what level(s) of data? They display all levels: Mominal, Ordinal, Interval, and Ratio Pie graphs are used when the the categories/values constitue a.. whole. Do determine how large to draw each "piece" you need to... Multiply the % of a variable by 360○ Histograms display what level(s) of data? Ordinal, Interval, and Ratio The bars for a histogram display what information? The bars show the frequency of catagories/values associated with a varaible Unlike the bar graph, the bars of a histogram touch sides because... the categories represent differences in the AMOUNT of a variable Frequency Polygons are also known as Line graphs Frequency Polygons are similar to histograms because they... dispaly the overall shape of the distribution of scores. Midpoint means...and is used when... Means: the smallest and alrgest value divided by 2 Used when: scores are grouped into intervals to find one single number Frequency Polyons display what level(s) of data? Interval and Ratio Stem-and-leaf data helps display how data is...as well as the... How data is distributed as well as the original scores Stem-and-leaf diagrams are effective means of... conducting preliminary data analysis. Single-system designs are favorable because... 1) Are Easy-to-use 2) Affordable means of monitoring client performance Single-system designs consist of an A -.... and B-.... A - Baseline B - Intervention time frames Single system designs help providers see... potential benefits and limiations in a give intervention. In a single-system design... a SOLID line = a dotted line = a Dashed line = SOLID = average/mean dotted = 2 standard deviations above pretreatment average Dashed = 2 points below Truncating -definition- Cutting off the vertical axis When a person has "exploded" a pie graph it means... They have visually seperated a piece from the rest of the pie to highlight it.