Charts and graphs can be located in some of our article databases by using special search options to narrow your results. This page will show you how!
Please note that charts and graphs are not always recognized within articles, so using these search options may remove results that are relevant. However, it can be a good first step to help you find what you need.
If you're not finding the right charts and graphs, you may want to remove these search options and look through the articles one-by-one instead. Limit your search to scholarly (peer-reviewed) articles for the best chance.
Searching for charts and graphs in All EBSCO Databases is really easy!
Searching for charts and graphs in All ProQuest Databases is a little tricky, but not to worry! We'll walk you through it. Basically, you need to include the following key command in your search to limit your results: FIGT(table OR chart OR graph)
When looking for charts and graphs, you might come across data that was generated by regression analysis. This data can be challenging to interpret, but also worth the effort if it's the data that you need!
For a simple overview of regression analysis, see this article from the Harvard Business Review.
For help interpreting regression analysis results, check out this great post from The Minitab Blog.