Displaying Data with Graphs

Resources

Project

Assessment

Site Index

You can display data in many different ways. The type of graph you choose depends on the type of data you have collected as well as the idea you want to communicate.

A bar graph is used to compare amounts.

A line graph shows how an amount changes over time.

Resource Pages

Weather Instruments
Displaying Data with Graphs

Search Engines and Directories

Internet Scavenger Hunt

Criteria for Weather News Sites


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