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Dot plots & frequency tables
A dot plot is like a bar chart, but it displays data using dots (not bars). And a frequency table is like a dot plot, but it displays data in a simple table (not a fancy diagram).
Here are a few of the many ways to look at data. Which is your favorite?
Begin your journey into the world of statistics with some warm-up questions about data sets.
In this video, we organize data into frequency tables and dot plots (sometimes called line plots).
Practice creating frequency tables from small data sets.
Practice creating dot plots. Dot plots are very similar to frequency tables, but they make it easier to see the data.
Practice reading basic dot plots and frequency tables.