Graphs, charts and maps can be used to show geographical information. Choosing the correct method of data presentation is important. Knowing how to complete a graph is an essential geographical skill.
Which type of graph would show change over time?
Which type of graph would show frequencies?
Which type of graph combines two sets of data?
Divided bar chart
Both climate graphs and divided bar charts
Which type of graph would show percentages?
Which type of graph would show relationships between two sets of data?
Which type of correlation is found when points are very close to the line of best fit?
Which of these describes a radial/radar graph?
Has a central point from which data radiates out
Shows bars that stretch out sideways
Combines a line and bar chart
Which of these describes a choropleth map?
Lighter shades show higher numbers
Darker shades show higher numbers
Lots of different colours are used
Which of these is shown using an isoline map?
Which of these is shown using a flow line map?