Instructions: Use this Relative Frequency Graph Maker to create a bar chart with relative frequencies associated to sample data provided in the form below. This sample needs to be comma or space separated:
Relative Frequency Graph Maker
A relative frequency graph shows the relative frequencies corresponds to the values in a sample, with respect to the total sample data.
It allows you to see the proportion or percentage that one value is repeated among all the elements in the sample. Unlike the frequency chart, it gives a relative perspective of the frequencies of the values instead of an absolute one.
When considering working with classes instead, you should consider instead this histogram maker, or even this frequency polygon maker, which will work with interval classes that will give a better perspective of the distribution the sample data was drawn from.
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