dot plot maker

Dot plot maker

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A Dot Plot also called a dot chart or strip plot is a type of simple histogram-like chart used in statistics for relatively small data sets where values fall into a number of discrete bins (categories). A dot plot is similar to a bar graph because the height of each “bar” of dots is equal to the number of items in a particular category. To draw one, count the number of data points falling in each bin and draw a stack of dots that number high for each bin.

How to use a Dot plot maker?

Here are the steps in making a dot plot:

1. Draw a horizontal axis (a number line) and label it with the variable name. In this case, a variable is a number of goals scored.

2. Scale the axis. Start by looking at the minimum and maximum values of the variable. For these data, the minimum number of goals scored was 0, and the maximum was 8. So we mark our scale from 0 to 8, with tick marks at every whole-number value.

3. Mark a dot above the location on the horizontal axis corresponding to each data value. The figure below displays a completed dot plot for the soccer data.

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Mirtha Hebert - GBR

Very good!!