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    So I did my Biology IA experiment on an invertebrate, and I tested a taxis (movement away from/towards a stimulus). The experiment worked well, and I got good data.

    However, now that I am writing it up I am having trouble. How can I do a statistical analysis if the only data I have is the number of organisms in each choice chamber at the end of 5 minutes.
    e.g. I have for trial 1: 4 in light, 6 in dark
    trial 2 : 3 light, 7 dark
    etc.


    How can I analyze this data in a graph?

    Thanks for any help!
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    Line graph should be fine (Y axis as light, X axis as dark, for instance).
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    Line graph should be fine (Y axis as light, X axis as dark, for instance).
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    ^ uncanny resemblance in their replies???
 
 
 

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