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A Good Line Graphs Should Have:
  1. A title that is clear and specific
  2. A size and layout that shows the best use of available space
    (time is usually on the horizontal axis)
  3. Axes drawn inside the edges of the graph paper
  4. Axes labeled with units and increments
    (ticks on, not between lines and not inside axes))
  5. All actual data points shown
  6. A line that represents the "best fit" of the points.
  7. The data table shown in empty space