Are fee rises really to blame? – chart

A clearer presentation of some of the data presented in “Are fee rises really to blame?” as shown below.

Graph displaying differences in prices on items from an average food shop

Graph displaying differences in prices on items from an average food shop
(click for larger image)

This chart focuses primarily on the change in prices of items included in food shopping as some of the other payments mentioned (i.e. mortgage) are unlikely to be relevant towards students.

From this chart there is no clear rise nor fall in price on food. In fact as stated in the table here, overall there is a decrease in overall cost of thirty-five pence.

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One thought on “Are fee rises really to blame? – chart

  1. Nicely done – particularly the fact that you explain the key ‘story’ that the data is telling, rather than expecting the user to see that. You also need to relate this specifically to your investigation – even if that means repeating what was already said in the other post.

    Try Number Picture or Tableau for nicer chart design.

    I know you link to the original post, but link to the data directly too (or the user has to click and read twice).

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