Don’t you hate dodgy line graphs? Line graphs draw the reader’s eye along, joining the dots. That’s good for trends; going up, …. and going down. Brilliant for indicating change over time. Sadly it’s all too common to see dots joined inappropriately. And here’s an example…..
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