Using Excel in Data Processing #MYPSci #APBIo #IBBio Videos to help you Succeed. #4 Formatting Graphs

Cate Jarvis (http://catejarvis.wordpress.com/ @blinkingnora), one of our technology teachers at ISZL, created a series of videos to help my students with data processing using excel, especially for laboratory reports #MYPSci, internal assessment #IBBio and lab investigations # APBio.

Formatting Graphs

This one is very useful to find out how to add a title to the graph and label the axes, it is important that you remember to add a name, units and uncertainties (not for MYP) to each of the axis. It also shows you how to add error bars, remember that MYP uses max and min but AP and DP uses the Standard Deviation.

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Originally from Barcelona where I studied Biochemistry and did a PhD on Diabetes. Moved to France to continue medical research on cancer for a Post-doc. Something was missing and decided to try a year of full-time teaching. Starting my 10th year now, 10 years internationally and loving it.
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3 Responses to Using Excel in Data Processing #MYPSci #APBIo #IBBio Videos to help you Succeed. #4 Formatting Graphs

  1. Clara says:

    I thought the video was useful as I was confused on how to do error bars, but now I know how to do it.

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  2. bogdanm2013 says:

    The video was very helpful as I never was able to put in the correct data for the error bars and I always wondered if you can change the way points are represented

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  3. Chris Wallace says:

    This has helped be improve the use of formatting graphs by going into more detail and finding extensions with it. Before I didn’t know about standard deviation and now I have a good basic overview of it.

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