Context: I have a survey where I have deliberately oversampled particular groups of respondents. I am aggregating these groups and therefore I am using measures such as the weighted mean to ensure my results are representative of the population.
However, in circumstances where I want to show particular observations or produce graphs such as histograms or scatter plots, how do I best approach it? Is it simply a case of plotting the raw unweighted data? Is it generally accepted that reports on surveys of this kind will jump between raw unweighted data and weighted summary statistics or is it recommended to have clear divides from when I am talking about weighted numbers and when I am not?