# graphs

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I’m currently writing a paper on queerbaiting and fandom/TPTB interaction using Teen Wolf & Sterek as my case study but I made some graphs so I thought I might as well share.

First two show viewer ratings (Nielsen) found on Teen Wolf wiki.

The pie chart and bar graph are self-explanatory.

The last bar graph is the same as one above, just w/out the viewer rating.

I will be looking at Sterek found on FanFiction & deviantART next. No deductions made so far. Thats something I gotta work on later once I get the numbers.

IF YOU EVER USE ANY ONE OF THESE GRAPHS, CITE ME AS THE SOURCE

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“he who” series : my exodus teasers graphics in a nutshell (you can find ‘em here)

Okay so we were in math class today getting homework on parabolas (curvy line graphs) and the math teacher wanted to be very clear that we weren’t supposed to put all our lines on the same graph.

To enforce the point, she says “I don’t want you guys drawing your parabolas on top of each other! No sexy parabolas!

The class died laughing. And she just stood there looking at her notes for a moment and said “Did I actually say that out loud? I always think that in my head but I never say it!” So she burst out laughing too.

But hands down the best part was when my friend turned to me and said “Parabolas have great curves though.”

(I swear I never felt like more of a math geek then when I was laughing at that joke).

An info-graphic of what Dubnyk has done for the Minnesota Wild

Household Income in America

Click through to our website to view the interactive version of the graph and zoom in on each percentile.

The graph reveals a striking pattern. After adjusting for inflation, income was basically flat for households in the bottom half of the economic ladder. Right around the middle, income starts to pick up — and the higher you go up the income ladder, the more income growth you see.

40 Years Of Income Inequality In America, In Graphs

Source: Current Population Survey

Credit: Quoctrung Bui/NPR