#### "Any realistic model of a real-world phenomenon must take into account the possibility of randomness... [M[ore often than not, the quantities we are interested in... will exhibit an inherent variation that should be taken into account by the model."

Sheldon Ross

# Bro. Brown's statistics reference pages:

# Graphs, plots, and charts

Here are links to pages concerning various types of statistical graphics. As with most of the site, this page and the pages to which it links are very much under construction. Only that which is blue and underlined is an active link. Please report any broken active links, typos, and other errors to Brother Brown at brownd@byui.edu. Thanks!

**Graphs for univariate data**

** Graphs for nominal data**

Bar graphs

Pareto charts

Pie charts

** Graphs for ordinal data**

Bar graphs

Boxplots and box-and-whiskers plots

Pie charts

** Graphs for numeric (scale) data**

Bar graphs

Box plots and box-and-whiskers plots

Dotplots

Error bars plots

Histograms

Line graphs

** Normal probability plots: See Q-Q plots, below**

Pareto charts

Pie charts

** P-P plots: See Q-Q plots, below**

** Q-Q plots: Click here.**

Sequence (time) plots

Simultaneous confidence intervals

Stemplots (also known as stem-and-leaf plots)

## Graphs for bivariate data

Box plots for stacked data

Clustered bar graphs

Histograms for stacked data

Histograms-with-Normal curve for stacked data

## Graphs for multivariate data

To appear