## Graphs and Tables that represent Categorical Variables

- For categorical variables visualization we would use
- Frequency distribution tables:
- Shows the category and its corresponding absolute frequency

- Bar charts:
- These are very common, Each bar represents the category, on the y-axis we have the absolute frequency
- Download the Basic Car sales.xls Refer Here

- Pie Charts:
- Pie charts are used when we want to see the share of an item as the part of total share (Market share)

- Pareto diagrams:
- This is special kind of chart where the categories are shown in descending order of frequency and a seperate curve shows cumulative frequncy

- Frequency distribution tables:

## Exercise

- Dominos Pizza has shared the following data for the month of September 2021. They have sold
- 19,923 pizza’s in Delhi
- 17,129 pizza’s in Bangalore
- 12,327 pizza’s in Hyderabad
- 28,311 pizza’s in Mumbai

- Try to create
- Frequency distribution table
- Bar chart
- pie chart
- Pareto diagram

- Excel sheet is shared over here Refer Here