1) What is the story that you want to show?
2) What is the independent variable?
a. Is the independent variable continuous or categorical (discontinuous)?
3) What is the dependent variable?
a. Is the dependent variable continuous or categorical?
4) Does the data need to be manipulated (e.g. averages of replicates, calculated values, …) or can the data be presented as collected (raw)?
6) What should the label of the X-axis (independent variable) be? What are the units?
7) What should the label of the Y axis (dependent variable) be? What are the units?
8) How will you discern between multiple data sets if they exist? What will the legend look like?
9) What information needs to go into the caption?
10) Look at your graph, what story is it showing? Is this consistent with your answer to Q1?
11) If Q1 and Q10 don’t match, what would be a better way to graph the data so that they do?
12) What is an advantage of the graph you constructed?
13) Is there anything that could be improved? Critically evaluate your work using the graph rubric.
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