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  • Macarri Wilkerson Robert Moses
  • 2006 Comic Book Orders 250000 200000 150000Est. Sales 100000 50000 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 Comic Book Number  Scatter Plot: Used to show trends in data.
  • MOST POPULAR ITUNES DOWNLOADED FREQUENCY 25,000 20,000 15,000Frequency 10,000 5,000 0 Hung Up, Madonna Chris Brown Black Eyed Peas Stickwitu, The Pussycat Dolls Dance, Dance, Fall Out Boy Kanye West Down, Fall Out Boy Santana Run It!, My Humps, Photograpgh, Nickelback Laffy Taffy, D4L Gold Digger, Were Going There It Go!, Juelz Sugar, Name of Song  Bar Graph: To show the amounts of number times a value occurs.
  • History of the X Games # of People in Attendance 300000 250000 200000# of people 150000 100000 50000 0 Providence & Newport, RI San Diego, CA San Diego, CA San Francisco, CA Philadelphia, PA Newport, RI X Games One X Games Two X Games Three X Games Four X Games Five X Games Seven 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 Years Line graph: Plot changes over time
  • Weeks at Number 1 Hung Up Dont Forget 4% About Us 5% Wake Up Invisible 3% Feeling 5% This 5% Leave (Get Out) 8% Holla Back Girl 9% The Way 6% Untitled 4% Hold On 6% Roses 8% So Yesterday 7% My Band 8% Toxic 8% Naughty Girl Everytime 7% 7% Pie Chart: to show the percent a particular item represents
  •  We used a scatter plot for the first graph because it was the easiest way to show this large number of data. We used a bar graph to show how much that song was downloaded. We used a scatter plot to show the number of people in attendance during the X Games over time. We used a pie chart to show the percent that each song was at number one.
  •  The first graph plotted the name of the comic book and how much it sold. The second graph we displayed the number of times each song was number one in the charts. The third graph we showed how the number of people that attended the X Games changed over the past years. The last graph we used a pie chart to show the percent of how long each song was number one.