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Reasoning With Numbers


Many disciplines seek to develop students' proficiency in using quantitative evidence to support an argument or point of view.

Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge Initiative - Carleton College
A wide array of teaching ideas and links to additional resources intended to help faculty better prepare students to evaluate and use quantitative evidence in developing, evaluating, and presenting principled arguments

National Numeracy Network - Inter-institutional collaboration
A compendium of teaching and research resources for college instructors and others concerned with promoting quantitative literacy

Displaying data in written documents - Rice University
A guide to general rules and specific advice for creating tables, line graphs, scatterplots, bar graphs, histograms, frequency polygons, and pie charts, developed by the Cain Project in Engineering and Professional Communication