Suggestions on possible graphs

bingolover99

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I need to display the pass/fail ratio of grades in my class, plus the highest, lowest and average marks. On two separate graphs. Has anyone got any decent suggestions on which graphs i should use to show this??
 

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PaddyD

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A number of ways this could be done, but first could you post back with more info about exactly what source data you have & what you expect to get plotted on the graph(s) - one series for each subject? one graph for each?

more info please!

paddy
 

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