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Line graph of a cumulative frequency distribution of a quantitative variable:
Ogive
Tabular summary showing the relative number of elements in a data set that are in each of several mutually exclusive (non-overlapping) categories:
Frequency Distribution Table
Graphical simultaneous presentation of the values of more than 2 variables on a coordinate system:
Star Glyphs
Line graph for which the y-axis represents relative (proportional) or percentage frequency:
Density Curves
Summarizes the percentage of elements from the data set in each category:
Percent Frequency Distribution
Bar chart for the frequency distribution of a quantitative variable:
Histogram
Graphical simultaneous presentation of the values of two variables on a Cartesian coordinate system:
Scatter Diagram
Tabular summary showing the absolute or relative number of elements in a data set that are in each of several mutually exclusive (non-overlapping ) categories (or classes):
Frequency Distribution
A listing of the observed values that belong to a data set in either ascending or descending order:
Data Array
Display, by class, of the actual values in a data set in a histogram-like manner:
Stem & Leaf Plot

(These charts are often used to isolate problems in quality control)
Circular graphical depiction of the information in a relative frequency distribution:
Pie Chart
Summarizes the number of elements from the data set in each category:
(Absolute) Frequency Distribution
Connected points used to identify trends in the consecutive values of the data:
Line Graph
Graphical depiction of the information in a frequency distribution:
Bar Chart
Table displaying the frequency of occurrence for classes of values for 2(or more) variables simultaneously:
Crosstabulation
Summarizes the proportion of elements from the data set in each category:
Relative Frequency Distribution
Tabular summary in which the relative numbers of elements in a data set that take on each potential value of the variable are represented by dots:
Dot Plot
What are the 3 tabular methods of display for qualitative data?
1. (Absolute) Frequency Distribution

2. Relative Frequency Distribution

3. Percent Frequency Distribution
What are the 4 graphical methods of display for quantitative data w/ a single variable?
1. Dot Plot
2. Histogram
3. Ogive
4. Stem & Leaf Plot
What are the 2 graphical methods of display for qualitative data?
1. Bar Graph
2. Pie Chart
What are the 7 tabular methods of display for quantitative data?
1. Data Array
2. Absolute Frequency Distribution
3. Relative Frequency Distribution
4. Percentage Frequency Distribution
5. Cumulative (Absolute) Frequency Distribution
6. Cumulative Relative Frequency Distribution
7. Cumulative Percentage Frequency Distribution
What are the 4 graphical methods of display for quantitative data with multiple variables?
1. Contingency Table
2. Scatter Diagram
3. Runs Plot
4. Star Glyphs
What graphical method is most appropriate for understanding the relationship b/t 2 quantitative variables?
Scatter diagram
What graphical method is most helpful for displaying cumulative frequencies?
An ogive
What graphical method can be used to show both the rank order and shape of a data set simultaneously?
Stem-and-leaf display
A line chart for which the x-axis represents time:
Runs Chart
How do you find class width?
(Largest value - Smallest value)/ # of classes