I'm doing a science fair (tenth grade) and i need to make a graph on the computer but I don't know how and I have a really old computer I don't even know if it makes graphs...
It's a lot of data and I need to have:
1. Data table
2. A whisker plot of the data
3. and a bar graph OR a "broken line graph"
the data is as follows:
Group 1 Group 2
1. 7.1mm 1.1cm
2. 8.1mm 9.8mm
3. 6.5mm 1.1cm
4. 6.9mm 1.1cm
5. 7.5mm 1.1cm
6. 7.1mm 1.2cm
7. 6.8mm 1.3cm
8. 7.3mm 1.2cm
9. 7.4mm 1.2cm
10. 5.9mm 1.1cm
11. 7.2mm 1.1cm
12. 6.7mm 1.3cm
13. 7.8mm 1.4cm
14. 7.3mm 1cm
15. 7.8mm 9.5mm
16. 6.9mm 1.2cm
17. 7.5mm 1.3cm
18. 7.9mm 1.4cm
19. 7.1mm 8.7
20. 6.7mm 1.1cm
how would i deal with one half being a mix of CM and MM and the other being all MM in the different kinds of graphs and the data table?
Use Microsoft Excel. Write up all your data in a table, highlight it all and click the graph button.
you do know that 1cm = 10mm right?
Silly Americans and their imperial system don't understand the simplicity of the superior metric system.
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Silly Americans and their imperial system don't understand the simplicity of the superior metric system.

you do realize that Cenimeters and Milimeters are part of the Metric system right
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Use Microsoft Excel. Write up all your data in a table, highlight it all and click the graph button.

i dont have microsoft excel
just convert all your data to mm, and then download Open Office so you can make a graph in whatever the open office excel program is called
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Let me get this straight. You're asking a bunch of people who are sitting at their computers, likely due to boredom, what to do for fun.

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just convert all your data to mm, and then download Open Office so you can make a graph in whatever the open office excel program is called

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I would help you with that if I knew what a whisker plot is.. I'm no englishman
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Let me get this straight. You're asking a bunch of people who are sitting at their computers, likely due to boredom, what to do for fun.

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Why does the graph need to be made on the computer?
Can't you just use graph paper, and freehand a curve on there?
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this guide shows how to make one in Excel, I'm sure the OpenOffice ecquivalent isn't too different.
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