Our powerpoint is on basketball looking at it overall. First, we compared the players height to their points per game on a scatterplot, seeing if there was a correlation between the players' height and their points per game. There wasn't but we could conclude that some heights had clusters near a certain point per game.
Then we made a table for player's amount of games and their amount of time per game. We decided not to make a bar graph because we wanted to compare the same number of games to each other, therfore, on the table, we listed the players' amount of games in numerical order from least to greatest and then we listed it from least to greatest by their times in a game. We learned from that, that the amount of games they played does not affect how long they play in each game because most of the players have aproximatly the same amount of time in each game (mostly around 35) however there are a few exceptions that are in the forties or in the tens.
Next we made a timeline. It showed the history of basketball's important moments in making the game how it is now. Overall, we learned a lot from this project about basketball and how the player's stats follow a trend based on height and other things.
We learned a lot of things from the other presentations, like stats from football games and their players, movie stats like how much it will cost in the future, and amusement parks stats and facts about their rides. We learned a few general things like why it's sometimes better to use a scatterplot-- or any graph-- than a table.