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pract. stats graphing
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awilkerson
Posted 10/31/2005 1:36 PM (#276)
Subject: pract. stats graphing
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Here is a link to a graphing site that looks good to use for the third unit during second semester.

http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/Graphing/
awilkerson
Posted 11/11/2005 3:57 PM (#334 - in reply to #276)
Subject: RE: pract. stats graphing
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I see 7 people have looked at the sight I posted. Any thoughts about it?
saclark
Posted 11/16/2005 5:14 PM (#379 - in reply to #334)
Subject: RE: pract. stats graphing
Math

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I went to the website for making graphs. It seems like it would work great in practical stats and prob and stats classes. This is definetly something you could use when you poll the class about data and then make graphs from that. The only thing is that i love that the website lets you use all these different colors, but we don't have a color printer to print them out on. I think graphs are always better when their in color.

But the site seems like a great resoure.
jrarnold
Posted 8/30/2006 7:30 AM (#951 - in reply to #276)
Subject: RE: pract. stats graphing
The site seems really cool... Definitely better than getting peed on by a dog!! I wish I had noticed this post before I did the graphing section in prob and stat, but I can probably come back to it!! Thanks Wilkerson!!
ahgreen
Posted 12/19/2007 9:03 AM (#1927 - in reply to #276)
Subject: RE: pract. stats graphing
I just now looked at this site and I agree that we could use it in the stats classes. I will look at it more closely and try to create some activities.

Also, is there anywhere at Dunbar w/ a color printer?
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