# What graph is used for discrete and continuous data?

## What graph is used for discrete and continuous data?

Histograms are a standard way to graph continuous variables because they show the distribution of the values.

## What type of graph should be used for displaying continuous data?

Continuous data are measured on a scale or continuum (such as weight or test scores). Histograms are useful for displaying continuous data. Bar graphs, line graphs, and histograms have an x- and y-axis.

**How do you explain discrete and continuous data?**

Discrete data is the type of data that has clear spaces between values. Continuous data is data that falls in a constant sequence. Discrete data is countable while continuous — measurable. To accurately represent discrete data, the bar graph is used.

**Which graphs are useful for summarizing a single continuous numeric variable?**

Single Continuous Numeric Variable A box plot will show selected quantiles effectively, and box plots are especially useful when stratifying by multiple categories of another variable. Histograms are also possible.

### Is Boxplot for discrete data?

A box plot is another way to visualize discrete variables. Instead of showing each number, it shows the range of values in groups.

### Which graph type is more suitable for a graph based on discrete data?

Bar Chart/Graph A bar chart is a graph represented by spaced rectangular bars that describe the data points in a set of data. It is usually used to plot discrete and categorical data.

**What does continuous data look like on a graph?**

Continuous graphs are graphs where there is a value of y for every single value of x, and each point is immediately next to the point on either side of it so that the line of the graph is uninterrupted. In other words, if the line is continuous, the graph is continuous.

**Can you use a bar graph for continuous data?**

Bar charts do not make sense for continuous data, since they are measured on a scale with many possible values. Some examples of continuous data are: Age. Blood pressure.

#### Can you use a histogram for discrete data?

The histogram is a popular graphing tool. It is used to summarize discrete or continuous data that are measured on an interval scale. It is often used to illustrate the major features of the distribution of the data in a convenient form.

#### How do you graphically display the probability distribution of a discrete random variable?

To graph the probability distribution of a discrete random variable, construct a probability histogram. A continuous random variable X takes all values in a given interval of numbers. The probability distribution of a continuous random variable is shown by a density curve.

**How do you summarize discrete data?**

Discrete data may be summarized by counting occurrences of each category. You might also like to calculate the proportion (or percentage) of occurrences of a category in a sample.

**How do you summarize a continuous variable?**

When reporting summary statistics for a continuous variable, the convention is to report one more decimal place than the number of decimal places measured.

## What is the best way to visualize relationship between discrete and continuous variables?

Linked

- Graph for relationship between two ordinal variables.
- Alternative to sieve / mosaic plots for contingency tables.
- Logistic vs linear regression.

## What are the functions to see the graph of a continuous and discrete function?

What are the functions to see the graph of a continuous and a discrete function? Explanation: The pre-defined function in MATLAB to view the graph of a continuous and discrete functions is plot() and stem() respectively.

**What types of graphs can be used to display nominal or ordinal observations discrete or continuous observations?**

Pie charts are generally best for nominal-level variables, which are not ordered, while bar graphs are generally best for ordinal-level variables, which are ordered. This is because bar graphs allow us to display the categories in order from least to greatest.

**Is a histogram used for continuous data?**

### How do you visualize continuous data?

A box and whisker plot, or boxplot, is another useful way to visualise the distribution of a single, continuous variable. They are easily made with the boxplot function. The horizontal=TRUE argument makes the single axis horizontal.