SUPPLY LIST 2011/2012 SY

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KINDERGARTEN SUPPLY LIST 2011/2012 SY Qty Item Qty Item 1 Big box of Kleenex 2 White eraser (to be used in art class also) 1 Roll of paper towel 1 Box beginner's pencil-Jumbo with no erasers 1 Tub baby wipes 2 SACS Pocket folders (sold at the Business Office) 1 Blunt edge scissors(to be used in art class also) 4 Primary Composition notebooks 1 Box of crayons (24 count) 1 Set Extra change of clothes (uniform/socks/ underwear) 1 4 oz Elmer's liquid glue(to be used in art class also) 1 Box jumbo Crayola Crayons (8 COLORS ONLY
  • kleenex
  • crayola watercolor
  • list of basic art supplies
  • art class
  • filler paper
  • sheet protector
  • big box
  • paper towel
  • supply
Publié le : mardi 27 mars 2012
Lecture(s) : 29
Source : maths.nuigalway.ie
Nombre de pages : 32
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Statistics 120
Good and Bad Graphs
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• In this lecture we will try to set down some basic rules
for drawing good graphs.
• We will do this by showing that violating the rules
produces bad graphs.
• Later in the course we see that there is a solid
perceptual basis for some of these rules.
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• It does not make sense to use graphs to display very
small amounts of data.
• The human brain is quite capable of grasping one two,
or even three values.
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PercentageData Relevance
• Graphs are only as good as the data they display.
• No amount of creativity can produce a good graph from
dubious data.
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• Graphs should be no more complex than the data which
they portray.
• Unnecessary complexity can be introduced by
– irrelevant decoration
– colour
– 3d effects
• These are collectively known as “chartjunk.”
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Enrolment (1972 1976)
This graph presents five values. It
uses six colours, unnecessary
perspective and a split axis to do so.
American Education Magazine.
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