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Just how likely does "probably" sound to you? To some people, "probably" means that something is practically locked in. To others, it means the likelihood of something happening is highly dubious. This graph assigns percentage values to a range of common phrases relating to probability. Turns out you should say "almost certainly" instead of "probably" if you want to minimise doubt.

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Contrary to what you see in Roland Emmerich movies, hypothermia can set in if you spend too much time doing heavy work outside during the winter. If someone you know comes down with a case of hypothermia, get them help and use this chart to treat them in the meantime.

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The latest World Happiness Report has just been released by the United Nations. The top ten was dominated by Northern Europe, with Norway taking out the top spot. The only countries in the Southern Hemisphere to make the cut were New Zealand and Australia - with the former beating the latter. That's right: Kiwis are officially happier and have better lives than their Antipodean neighbours.

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There's no shortcut to writing a great story. However, there are guidelines that can help get you started if you've never done it before. This chart compiles several different forms of advice for beginners into one handy reference.

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If I have to make a chart to communicate information, I usually just go with the old pie chart, right?

Wrong. There are a million different types of tables and each has their own strengths and weaknesses. This flow chart is a great tool to help you decide which is most useful specific to your needs.