Friday, December 3, 2010
Range Graded Proportional Circle Maps are Proportional Circle Maps whos circle size have been predetermined in order to represent an average range of data. The example above show the Hispanic Population on the United States.
Posted by Candace Marie at 1:13 PM
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
A Bivariate Choropleth map is a Classed Choropleth map that compare two sets of statistics. The map above showing the change in divorce rates, comparing a 1980's Classed Choropleth Map to and 1990s Classed Choropleth Map.
*If you go to the source of the photo the map flashes between Classed Choropleth Maps. I have provided a screencap below in order to show the other map that flashes.
Posted by Candace Marie at 12:59 PM
Unclassed Choropleth Maps are extremely similar to Classed Choropleth Maps except, Unclassed Choropleth maps do not have an averaged statistic towards each particular color. There are many shades of each color to show the diversity of the statistics.
Posted by Candace Marie at 12:53 PM
A Steam and Leaf plot is used to organize a set of numbers. The left column (the Stem) would be the first digit in the number and the right column (the Leaf) would be the following numbers. So the first row is a way of organizing the numbers 90 ad 96. This also allows us a clear visual as to where majority of the numbers in out set fall.
Posted by Candace Marie at 12:30 PM