Reading Graphic and Electronic Information
1. Read the graphic along with corresponding text. Refer to the paragraphs that discuss the graphic.
2.Analyze the purpose. Based on what you have seen, predict what the graphic is intended to show.
3.Read the title or caption. The title will identify the subject and may suggest the relationship being described.
4.Discover how graphic is organized.
5.Study the data to identify trends or patterns. Not changes, unusual statistics, or unexplained variations.
6.Identify the variables. Decide what comparisons are being made.
7.Determine scale, values, or units of measurement. …
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