Choosing the correct graph for a given set of data

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Choosing the correct graph for a given set of data

Postby draco51 » Wed Nov 12, 2014 8:27 pm

Relearning so as to teach a client! (It's been 13yrs!)

Data:
City Livability Rating
Boston 73
Austin 83
Chicago 73
Pittsburgh 75
Los Angeles 75
Jackson, MS 72
Detroit 67
Miami 71
New York 73
Houston 79
Atlanta 78
Seattle 77

Info
• The overall livability ratings of 12 US cities appear in the columns to the left.
• The data are taken from this livability calculator (http://www.areavibes.com/).
• Enter the data in a new SPSS file.

2-a) Create the correct type of graph to display this data, and justify your choice of graph.
Explanation/Justification:



I need to know how to answer "2-a" so as to teach my client! Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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