I was doing a bit of research on the Web today trying to find out a bit about ‘distribution curves’—what they depict and how to generate them. One of my searches brought up a site called GraphJam.
GraphJam features ‘graphs’ submitted by readers. The primary aim of these graphs is to be humorous, but, as is often the case with humour, many of these graphs are also very close to the truth.
Following is a small sample of the what GraphJam is all about. Click on any of the graphs to be taken to the GraphJam Web site home page [Use Ctrl+Click to open the page in a new Tab].