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2. What are triangular graphs useful for?

  • Show a range of values in a data set
  • Showing the relationship between three different components
  • Show percentage change
  • Using in combination with Spearman's rank

3. Which techniques are hard to construct?

  • Choropleth, isoline, triangular, kite and logorithmic graphs
  • Flow lines, desire lines and trip lines
  • Bar and line graphs
  • Sketch maps and field sketches

4. Which technique is useful when a large range of data needs to used?

  • Triangular Graphs
  • Dispersion graphs
  • Logorithmic graphs
  • Bar graphs

5. What is used when one variable is a directional feature?

  • Dispersion Graphs
  • Flow lines, desire lines and trip lines
  • Radial Diagrams
  • Kite Diagrams

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