**Charts and graphs**Pearson, R. W. (2010). Charts and graphs. In*R. W. Pearson Statistical persuasion: How to collect, analyze, and present data…accurately, honestly, and persuasively*(pp. 123-171). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc. doi: 10.4135/9781452230122

**This chapter provides guidance for building graphs and charts in Excel and SPSS.****Creating a stem-and-leaf plot.**Gibson, J. (Academic). (2013). Creating a stem-and-leaf plot [Streaming video].*SAGE Research Methods.***Histograms**Gibson, J. (Academic). (2013). Histograms [Streaming video].*SAGE Research Methods.***Pie charts, bar graphs, and pareto charts**Gibson, J. (Academic). (2013). Pie charts, bar graphs, and pareto charts [Streaming video].*SAGE Research Methods.*

**Statistical reasoning for everyday life**

Bennett, J. O., Briggs, W. L., & Triola, M. F. (2017). *Statistical reasoning for
everyday life* (5th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson-Addison Wesley.

**This is the required Redshelf textbook for the course. You will be using this textbook all through the course for weekly assignments. For this week, read Chapters 3 and 4. Access the textbook in the Getting started module of your course or the Bookshelf link at the top of your course. **

**Week 3 Data File****Use this Excel file to complete this week’s assignment.**- Week 3 Assignment Template
**Use this document to complete this week’s assignment.**

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