Cyberbullying can include such acts as making threats, sending provocative insults or racial or ethnic slurs, gay bashing, attempting to infect the victim's computer with a virus and flooding an e-mail inbox with messages. If you are a victim, you can deal with cyberbullying to some extent by limiting computer connection time, not responding to threatening or defamatory messages, and never opening e-mail messages from sources you do not recognize or from known sources of unwanted communications. More active measures include blacklisting or whitelisting e-mail accounts, changing e-mail addresses, changing ISPs, changing cell phone accounts and attempting to trace the source.
The graph is usually in the form of a scatter plot or scatter diagram. Scatter diagrams are constructed with the values of the independent variable x on the horizontal axis and the values of the dependent variable y on the vertical axis. When a scatter diagram is completed, it allows an individual to visibly and preliminarily draw conclusions about the possible relationship between the variables. In order to obtain the points included in a scatter point one must first develop a regression analysis equation which is done by using a procedure called the least squares method.