This chapter describes how to create graphical displays, such as scatterplots, boxplots, and histograms. We provide a broad overview of the key ideas and techniques that are available. An additional discussion of ways to annotate displays and change defaults to present publication quality figures is included, as are details regarding how to output graphics in a variety of file formats (Section 6.4). Because graphics are useful to visualize analyses, examples appear throughout the HELP sections at the end of most of the chapters of the book. Graphical tools for exploratory data analysis can also be accessed through one of the point-and-click interfaces (Section 1.9), which include some graphical products that are not easy to replicate using code.