**Bar Chart**

A statistical chart which displays numerical values of attributes using rectangular bars of varying lengths or heights. Each bar represents a case.

**Box Plot**

A statistical chart that displays a numerical attribute by grouping its values into quarters. It summarizes the minimum, maximum, median, and the quartiles.

**Case Card**

Data for each case is summarized in a card format. The case card describes the value of a given case across all attributes.

**Dot Plot**

A statistical chart consisting of a number line on which frequency of each value is displayed using dots stacked above it.

**Functions (Count)**

Gives the total number of cases in a given category of a qualitative attribute

**Functions (Mean)**

A type of average which generates a value after redistributing the sum of all values of an attribute over the total number of cases equally.

**Functions (Median)**

A type of average which gives the middle value of a distribution.

**Functions (Mode)**

A type of average which gives the value which occurs the highest number of times in a distribution.

**Functions (Sum)**

Gives the total value of all the data points of a numerical attribute in a given category

**Histogram**

A statistical chart that displays numerical attributes by grouping data values into equal intervals called bins. Each rectangular block shows the frequency of cases in a given bin.

Clicking on the ‘+’ sign will increase the bin width while clicking on the ‘-’ sign will decrease it.

**Line Plot**

A graph that displays 2 numerical attributes simultaneously as a series of data points connected by straight line segments.

**Pie Chart**

A circular chart in which each slice represents a proportion of the whole. It shows aggregate frequencies for different categories of an attribute.

**Reset**

Reset the graphing environment by placing all data points randomly across the graphing area.

**Stacked Bar Chart**

A bar chart in which each bar is divided into as many blocks as there are cases in that category. The size of each block is proportional to the value of the attribute for that particular case.

**Swap X and Y Axes**

Switches the x-axis attribute to the y-axis, and vice versa.

**Table View**

Data is displayed in a spreadsheet. Each column label names an attribute, and the column cells provide the value of the attribute.

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