**Pie Graph**

A pie graph is a circle divided into sections which each display the size of a relative piece of information. Each section of the graph comes together to form a whole. In a pie graph, the length of each sector is proportional to the percentage it represents. Pie graphs work particularly well when each .slice. of the pie represents 25 to 50 percent of the given data.

- Circle Grapher: Tool used to graph data information or alter a pre-made data set in a circle graph.
- Pie Chart Tutorial: Step-by-step instructions for creating a pie chart to display values.
- Constructing Circle Graphs: Steps to constructing a circle graph with related examples.
- Pie Charts in Microsoft Excel: Learn about the benefits of using a pie graph and how to draw a pie chart in Microsoft Excel.
- Pie Charts Verses Bar Graphs: Instructional guide to constructing a pie graph and how one differs from a bar graph.
- Adding a Pie Chart to a Report: How to add a pie chart to a report in less than ten minutes.
- Create a Graph: Kids graphing tool to build pie, line, bar and area graphs with related examples.
- Diagrams and Charts: Learn about the various types of graphs and charts and how to use them.
- Interactive Math: Pie chart description, examples and solutions using real life situations.
- Create a Circle Graph: Interactive flash video showing the steps needed to draw a pie graph.

**Bar Graph**

The bar graph is a common type of graph which consists of parallel bars or rectangles with lengths that are equal to the quantities that occur in a given data set. The bars can be presented vertically or horizontally to show the contrast and record information. Bar graphs are used for plotting discontinuous (discrete) data. Discrete data contains discrete values and are not continuous.

- Bar Graph Worksheets: Printable worksheets that feature bar graph examples and questions.
- Make a Bar Graph: Tool used to create a bar graph by entering data and creating your own title and labels.
- How to Make a Bar Graph in Excel: Step-by-step guide on how to create a bar graph using Microsoft Excel.
- Lesson Plan: Third grade math lesson plan for students explaining how to draw a bar graph.
- Guide for Good Graph Making: Tips and techniques for creating a good graph and what to include.
- Making a Simple Chart or Graph: Printable instructions on how to make a simple graph or chart in Microsoft Word.
- How to Make a Bar Graph: Step-by-step instructional guide on how to draw a bar graph using graphing paper.
- Reading Bar Graphs: Learning to read and draw a bar graph tutorial with related images and examples.
- Bar Graph Tutorial: Bar graph examples and enhanced solutions using graphing images.
- Data Presentation: Instructional guide and information regarding hand drawn graphs and computer drawn graphs.

**Line Graph**

A line graph displays information in a series of data points that each represents an individual measurement or piece of data. The series of points are then connected by a line to show a visual trend in data over a period of time. The line is connected through each piece chronologically.

- How to Draw a Line Graph: Learn how to draw a line graph with visual images of each step.
- Line Graph Lesson Plan: Example related lesson plan on how to draw and solve problems using line graphs.
- Graph a Line: Tool used for graphing lines by filling in Y and X values to plot the points.
- Advantages of Using Line Graphs: Examples and information regarding the benefits of using line graphs.
- Excel Tutorial: Learn how to draw a line graph in Excel with this step-by-step tutorial.
- How to Construct a Line Graph: Instructional guide on how to draw a standard line graph.
- What.s a Line Graph: Learn what a line graph is, what it does, who uses it and why they are used.
- Math Worksheets: Printable math worksheets for bar graphs, line graphs and pie graphs.
- Line Graphs: Information on line graphs with a self-help quiz on the subject of line graphs to practice what you.ve learned.
- Tutorial Video: Learn how to create a line graph with a video that takes you through each step of the process.

**Area Graph**

An area graph is based on a line chart and displays quantitive data in the form of a graph. The area between the line and the axis is typically separated with textures or colors. Each area segment of an area graph is stacked on each other so that the total area of each category reflects the data. Each series of data is presented by a colored segment.

- Graphs of Functions in Excel: How to draw graphs and charts in Excel using easy to follow steps.
- Types of Area Graphs: Examples of various area graphs showing given data and values.
- Area Graphs: Variations and data that should be considered when dealing with area graphs.
- Chart Types and their Uses: Overview of chart types, such as area, column, bar and line graphs and their uses.
- Examples of Area Charts: Examples of various types of area charts in different colors, shapes, sizes and displays.
- Stacked Area Chart: Brief description of a stacked area chart and chart type characteristics.
- Area Graph Video: Instructional video showing viewers how to make an area graph.
- Bar and Area Graphs: Learn about types of graphs, their functions and descriptions.
- Present Data in an Area Chart: General overview of an area chart and how to plot.
- Insert an Area Graph: How to insert an area graph for a report or presentation to present data.

**XY Graph**

XY graphs are typically used to plot and display data pairs which consist of two separate values, the X-value and the Y-value. Each data pair represents information from given data and displayed as a symbol. The values are combined into single points and displayed in uneven clusters or intervals.

- Appearance of XY Graphs: Learn how to format the appearance of XY graphs and symbols.
- XY Graph Plotter: Insert given data to represent a series of XY value pairs in graphical form.
- Ordered Pairs and Graphing: An overview on how to determine ordered pair and how to graph the values.
- Data Analysis & Graphs: Graphing overview, samples and a data analysis checklist.
- XY Graphs in Excel Worksheets: Excel tutorial that covers how to graph data pairs in a XY graph.
- Excel XY Bar Graphs: Printable document that describes the step-by-step process on how to create an XY bar graph.
- How to Create an XY Chart: Learn how to create an XY chart to use for statistical data.
- Guide to Good Graphs: Features to include when developing a Xy (Scatter) graph to create a good graph.
- Labeling XY Plots: Guide and tips to labeling XY scatter plots when making an XY graph.
- Graph Documents: Printable documents for pie, bar and XY (line) graphs with an overview of each concept.

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