Numerical data that can be characterized using consecutive intervals are best displayed in a histogram.
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A circle graph is used for categorical and discrete numerical data. Circle graphs are used to show a relationship of the parts to a whole.
Categorical data can be sorted into groups or categories while numerical data are values or observations that can be measured.
A pictograph is mainly used to show categorical data. Pictographs are used to show frequency and compare items. However, the use of partial pictures can give misleading information. Example: [Graphic cannot be reproduced.]
A boxplot will allow you to quickly analyze a set of data by identifying key statistical measures (median and range) and major concentrations of data.
Circle graphs are not useful for representing data with large numbers of categories.