Issue Date: July 17, 2017
Mayo Clinic researcher says you’re using bar graphs wrong
If you’re a biomedical researcher and you’re using bar graphs to plot continuous data, Tracey L. Weissgerber has one word for you: “Stop.”
Weissgerber, a physiologist at Mayo Clinic, is on a crusade to change the way biomedical scientists and others who work with biological samples present their data. She’s especially keen for people to trade bar graphs for other types of plots that reveal, rather than obscure, the underlying data points . . .
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