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Graphing mean, absolute uncertainity, etc

  1. Oct 27, 2004 #1
    Hi --

    This is a little off topic but I will still ask anyways. I did a lab for physics where I had to calculate the following values from data which I capture:

    - mean
    - deviation of each value from the mean
    - mean of the deviations
    - standard deviation
    - standard deviation of the mean
    - absolute uncertainty
    - fractional uncertainty
    - percentile uncertainty

    I want to represent all this graphically. Does everyone have any suggestions on what type of chart I should create? I am thinking of graphing the raw data and on the chart draw a line for the mean and such.

    Any suggestions?

    Thank you.
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