[Blindmath] Format for boxes and whiskers

Susan Mooney susanannemooney at gmail.com
Thu Apr 25 10:26:34 CDT 2013


>From NBA's website:

*
The number line of a box and whisker plot is the only part that can be
composed of braille dots -- use number line rules. The actual box and
whisker must be tactile -- drawn as it looks in print. Don't put any text
between the box and the number line, with the box being 1/4 inch above the
number line. Regardless of their placement in print, boxes must be moved
above the number line. *


On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 11:14 AM, Lewicki, Maureen
<mlewicki at bcsd.neric.org>wrote:

> Good day, the name of the type of number line in this email's subject line
> may sound bizarre, but perhaps someone knows what is the best way to
> display this for a braille reader? Thanks
>
> Maureen Murphy Lewicki
> Teacher of Visually Impaired
> Bethlehem Central School
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