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Graphs: an underrated technique for analysing research data (10 Dec 16)

They are not there to just make findings look pretty. They can be an analysis technique in themselves

A very quick note to pass on these four quotes about the power of graphs, as I suspect that we don’t spend enough time using them to help us analyse and understand what research data means.
“Of all methods for analysing and communicating statistical information, well-designed data graphics are usually the simplest and at the same time the most powerful"

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