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    To anyone that is good at maths, especially in graphs :
    Can someone please please help me with interpreting graphs- so their trends, limitations, conclusions, and anything else you know it's important when describing graphs? I will attach a link with an example of a graph that I'd like to be good at describing: http://www.who.int/gho/immunization/...zation_005.jpg
    Thank you and I appreciate any kind of help, whether is pm-ing me or sending me a link to a good website about this!!
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    (Original post by LisaNikita)
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    Ohh I'm so sorry I didn't even realise
    Hope this works : http://www.who.int/gho/immunization/...zation_005.jpg
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    Okay so the main graph here is the bar graph giving global data of immunisation coverage. Now imagine having a separate graph for each region, and drawing a line linking the top of each bar, showing the trend. What they've done is taking these line graphs and putting them on top of the global graph (because superimposing bars would be impossible) so you can see all the data together.
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    (Original post by Darth_Narwhale)
    Okay so the main graph here is the bar graph giving global data of immunisation coverage. Now imagine having a separate graph for each region, and drawing a line linking the top of each bar, showing the trend. What they've done is taking these line graphs and putting them on top of the global graph (because superimposing bars would be impossible) so you can see all the data together.
    I am so sorry for this extremely late reply, Thank you so much for your help!
    Could you possibly please describe to me any of the straight lines? Like using words such as 'increase,constant' etc.
    Regarding your description, do you mean that all the straight line graphs were initially bar charts? And that they made them straight lines so that it doesn't overlap with the global one? Also is the global an average of all the regions together, so all the line graphs?

    Thanks again!
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    Sorry I made a duplicate of this, but here are the other graphs 2 graphs I wish someone would tell me everything they know that there is to say about them e.g. overall description trends, limitations, conclusions etc. and to the smallest details, like if it increases rapidly, is constant and so on

    Here are the links to two example of graphs I'd like to be good at describing:
    1st Graph:
    https://d28wbuch0jlv7v.cloudfront.ne...ity_rate_n.jpg
    2nd Graph: https://ourworldindata.org/wp-conten...nce-1770-1.png

    Thank you so much!
 
 
 
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