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  • 1. Ways of presenting information
  • 2. Diagram
    • Diagrams are a common graphical way of representing information. Processes and ideas can often be summarized more effectively in diagrammatic form than in words. As a learner you need to be comfortable with reading graphical information. You also need to learn how to read diagrams in the sense of extracting information from them and interpreting what they mean.
    • The following diagram represents the major elements and requirements for student learning.
  • 3. Chart
    • A chart is a type of diagram used to summarize large amounts of numerical information in a graphical form. Charts also provide a useful way of showing relationships between different values.
    • You will come across different types of chart, such as line graphs, histograms, pie charts and bar charts. They are used for different purposes.
    • Bar charts: in a bar chart, information is represented by a series of bars of different heights or lengths. A bar chart has two axes, and labels on each that tell us about the information being represented.
    • The following figure is a bar chart which shows how the percentages of toy sales have changed between three different regions.
  • 4. Tables
    • Tables are a common way of presenting information. Data are usually most effectively displayed in either tables or graphs. Use a table if it is important that numerical details are maintained. We use tables to display key information, usually numbers. Tables can form a summary of information, or they may be a starting point for a discussion.
    • Table 1 shows the top cities in the number of visitors in USA.
  • 5. Graphs
    • Graphs are useful when you want the reader to grasp a pattern or trend in the results, and when precise numerical details do not have to be communicated through the graph.
    • Graph 1 shows the employees' salaries according to sex.