Are There More Species in Bad Weather?

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This graph is titled "Are There More Species in Bad Weather?" The horizontal axis shows the number of species increasing from 1 to 4 from left to right. The vertical axis shows the percentage of clips. Each stacked bar consists of three colors that refer to there data sets. The green bars are the percentage of clips with precipitation, the orange bars are the percentage of clips without precipitation, and the blue bars are the percentage of clips where it was unclear whether it was precipitating or not. It appears that there is a relationship such that there is a higher percentage of clips with precipitation as the number of species increases.

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Reading the Graph: If it’s raining or snowing, do we see more bird species at the feeder? Toggle on and off the different data sets and look at the height of the bars as the number of species increases from left to right. The green bars show the percentage of clips with precipitation (i.e. rain or snow). The orange bars show the percentage of clips with no precipitation and the blue bars show the percentage of clips where there was no agreement on whether it was precipitating or not.

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