"A model is a lie that helps you see the truth." --Howard Skipper
When taking information from a professional medical/scientific level to a public level, often highly/over simplified figures are produced to convey the general point.
In this question, I felt compelled to share a graph from this site, feeling as though it conveyed the general point on gastric emptying. The graph is almost assuredly made up, but I think conveys the points of scintigraphic studies quite well.
As a general statement, are we ok with including "model like" data, or should we stick with solid examples from primary data even if they are more complex (in this case plot of 3 variables, wouldn't want to say 3D and have someone assume I meant in physical space)?
In the interest of full disclosure, I know and like Richard Bowen, which lead me to know of his site and want to link to it.