Can you read ? Graphs where each image represents 1 value, perhaps one person or object.
A class were asked to vote which sport they would like to play in their next lesson. The votes are shown in the picture graph.
Each image represents 1 vote.
How many students are in the class?
Which sport received the most votes?
This video uses an example of a picture graph to understand all the important elements, including the rows, columns, title and key, it also shows some strategies to be able to interpret and draw out information from a picture graph.
It’s "Back to school" time and a shop recorded the number of pens they sold this week.
How many pens were sold on Wednesday?
How many more pens were sold on Saturday than on Wednesday?
This video looks at dot plots and how they are used to display information.
Two dice are rolled and the total of the two numbers rolled is recorded. The results of 75 rolls are shown in the dot plot.
Which total is most likely?
How many rolls were 4 or less?
Construct, interpret and compare a range of data displays, including side-by-side column graphs for two categorical variables