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Graphical Procedures
Graphical Procedures are an essential part of statistical analysis. But graphs are often poorly done, and there are some lesser known graphical methods that can be highly effective for displaying data. To name just a few of these: mosaic plots, dot plots, strip plots, lattice plots, density plots, quantile plots and various enhancements of the familiar scatterplot.
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