Socio Economic Survey of Dohar

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By any Hypothetical Data we have to make chart of 1. Scatter Diagram 2. Line Chart 3. Bar (Cluster & Stack) 4. Pie
We have to make these charts by using SPSS Software and I have used IBM SPSS Version 20. Here is a Hypothetical data. It’s a data of “Socio Economic Survey of Dohar”.

Source: E. C Bangladesh

1. Here for making Scatter Diagram I made a hypothetical data on Population of Dhaka City. I put Year in X Axis and Population in Y axis. By this Scatter Diagram we are able to visualise the increasing number of population in Dhaka City by years.

2. For making Line Chart I made a Hypothetical Data on US Consumption by Years or Time. Here I put Time in X axis and Population in Y axis. It shows the US Consumption in $ by time.

3. Bar Chart is used only for Categorical Data. For Example: Gender. So I have made a hypothetical data on numbers of male and female in sample. Here within whole population I took 400 people as a sample. So within this sample how many people are male and how many of them are female. So by using Bar Chart it is easy to understand the ratio of male and female.

3.1: Under the Bar Chart there are two types of Bar, one is Cluster and another is Stack Bar. Here this bar is Cluster Bar and it shows the ratio of male and female by their main occupation. By using cluster bar it is easy to understand that number of female is less than male in different occupation.

4.2 Here for the Stack Bar I have used the same data that I have already used for Making cluster Bar.

4. By using a hypothetical data of Ratio of Main Occupation I have made a Pie Chart.it it is easy to see the large number of population is involved in large business then private service, agriculture then…...

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