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    Use of Graphic Displays for Data Research

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    Why do we use graphical displays of the data from our research, such as Pareto Charts, Bar Charts, Pie Charts, Flow Charts, or Process Control Charts? How has the graphical display of data changed in the last 10 years? How will it change in the next 10 years?

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    Graphical representation is often useful to represent a frequency distribution by means of a diagram which makes the unwieldy data intelligible and conveys to the eye the general run of the observation. Diagrammatic representation also facilitates the comparison of two or more frequency distributions. From the statistical point of view graphs and charts are much better than ...

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    The reasons for using graphical displays are discussed.