### Example of Tactile Graphic Design:

### Box-and-Whisker Plot (Vertical)

The following points indicate the braille code, format rules, and design techniques that were used for this tactile graphic example.

- Nemeth braille code
- intervals of 5 units only are labeled to allow more space for braille labeling (2.1)
- use of blank lines before and after diagram (tactile graphic guidelines and Nemeth rules for spatial arrangement) (2.7, 5.1.2, 6.5.1.2)
- spacing of at least 1/8 inch (3 millimeters) between each component (number line, box plot, and labels) (2.11)
- use of transcriber's note to explain rearrangement of box-and-whisker plot (2.14)
- cropping of number line to allow box-and-whisker plot to fit on one page (3.7)
- placement of box plot labels (Class A and Class B) above box-and-whisker plot (5.10.5)
- non-use of numeric indicators for labels on number line (6.5.1.1)
- non-use of arrowheads on number line in braille, follows print (6.5.1.3)
- alignment of numeric labels, dots 25 with scale mark (6.5.1.10)
- use of scale marks that straddle axis line (6.5.1.12)
- use of collage or digital file to produce both number line and box plots (6.5.3.3)
- size of plotted points is uniform and larger than a braille dot (6.5.3.7)
- rearrangement of box-and-whisker plot from horizontal to vertical (6.5.3.12)
- presentation of numeric labels on the left with numbers increasing from bottom to top (6.5.3.12)
- placement of Class B remains closest to vertical number line, the same position as in horizontal number line (6.5.3.12)

### Box-and-Whisker Plot (Vertical)

### Box-and-Whisker Plot (Vertical)