I can't figure this one out. Any help would be appreciated.
Journalist-in-training Janet Seymour's byline appeared in the Carson City Chronicle on six days last week. On each day (Monday through Saturday), she published a story under a different headline, each of which was based on a different number of interviews (one, three, four, six, seven, or eight). Her editor added a different type of visual aid (including a caricature) to each story. Can you determine the day that the story with each headline was published, as well as the number of interviews Janet did for each story and the visual aid that accompanied it?
Janet conducted 1 more interview for the story accompanied by the bar graph than she did for the "biotech firm patents seeds" story
Neither the diagram nor the map accompanied the story headlined "sunny days for jazz festival"
Janet conducted 1 more interview for the "millworkers win raise" story than she did for the one accompanied by the map
The story for which she conducted 4 interviews appeared the day after the "airport expansion" story but the day before the story accompanied by the photograph
Janet conducted 2 more interviews for the story containing the diagram than she did for the story headlined "stockcar race"
Neither "millworkers win raise" nor "german diplomat" is the story containing the bar graph (which wasn't published on Thursday)
The story for which Janet conducted 8 interviews appeared the day after "sunny days"
The story headlined "german diplomat" appeared the day before the one accompanied by the diagram
The pie chart didn't accompany the story for which she conducted 3 interviews
The story accompanied by the bar graph appeared the day before the one for which Janet conducted 1 interview
By Georgena S. Sil
Logic Lover's Logic Problems June 2015