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# Showing the Results of a Survey

So you have just Conducted a Survey and want to show
your results in the best possible way?
Here are some suggestions:

### Tables

Sometimes, you can simply report the information in a table.

A table is a very simple way to show others the results.  A table should have a title, so those looking at it understand what it shows:

Yellow Red Blue Green Pink Table: The Favorite Colors of My Class 4 5 6 1 4

### Statistics

You can also summarize the results using statistics, such as mean or standard deviation

Example: you have lots of information about how long it takes people to get to school but it may be simpler just to present a summary such as:

Shortest Journey: 3 minutes
Average Journey: 22 minutes
Longest Journey: 58 minutes

### Graphs

But nothing makes a report look better than a nice graph or chart

There are many different types of graphs.  Three of the most common are:

Line Graph  - Used to show information that is somehow connected (such as change over time)

Bar Graph – Used to show relative sizes of different results:

Pie Chart - Used most often to show survey data that is to be reported in percentages.

You can create graphs like those using our Data Graphs (Bar, Line and Pie) page