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How to work with histograms

How much does it cost?


How was this course rated?

  Rated by 3 users

What level is this course?

Level 1 - introductory

How long will this course take?

Approximately 1 hour

What are the course aims?

To provide a basic grounding in creating and interpreting histograms.

Is there a qualification awarded?


What is this course about?

Topic 1 - Creating a histogram

In topic 1 we present the steps needed to design an effective histogram. You will have the chance to design your own histogram too.

Learning outcomes:

  • follow the steps in a creating a histogram
  • create your own well-designed histogram
Topic 2 - Interpreting a histogram

In this topic we practice interpreting data presented in the form of a histogram.

Learning outcomes:

  • interpret data presented in a histogram
  • critically analyse a histogram

Who should do this course?

Anyone wanting to produce better histograms.

What will I be expected to do?

The course is divided into two topics. Each topic builds on the previous one, so we recommend you work through the topics in order. There are activities throughout the course to help you reinforce your learning and let you practice the skills developed in the course. Each topic will take you about 30 minutes to work through. There is a design checklist in the useful resources section that you can download and print. It will help you ensure you always design graphs and charts that are useful and effective.

Do I need any prior learning for this course?

No, you do not need any prior knowledge of histograms for this course.

How do I register?

Go to mondofacto courses to register for this course. To register, you will be asked to provide an email address and give some basic information about yourself, such as your name and your country of residence. Please rest assured that we take your privacy seriously and we will not pass your details on to any third party.

What materials are included?

This course contains online content and interactive activities. There is a checklist for you to download and print out.

What are the computing requirements?

You will need internet access and a computer. If you have purchased a new computer since 2002 it should meet your course computing requirements. Check our technical requirements section if your computer is older than this or is otherwise unusual.

What support is available?

Academic support: this is a self-study course, so there is no academic support available.
Technical support: there are contact details for course queries and technical questions on the course homepage.

How will I assess my progress?

This course contains activities that will allow you test yourself and assess your progress.

What related courses are available?

How often does this course run?

This course runs continuously. You can join at any time.

How do I find out more?

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