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Results 1 - 10 of 42 matches Sample Data Sets

Two sample data sets, which teachers can ask students to copy these data into Excel and create graphs.

Collecting and Analyzing Data: The Soda Survey

This site shows teachers how to introduce a data collection and analysis activity into the classroom. Documents available to download.

How to Analyze Data with Pivot Tables in Excel 2007 - YouTube

How to create pivot tables in Excel so that students can filter out irrelevant data.

Excel Basics: Data Analysis

This 10 minute video shows students how to use Sort, Subtotals, Filter, and Pivot Tables. The site also provides a link where students can find the Excel sheet that the instructor is working on.

Excel: Making a Pie Chart

This video shows students how to make a pie chart. Look at the video links on the right side of the site for other useful videos!

Using Classroom Data to improve Student Achievement

This site helps teachers understand the importance of data analysis in the classroom and shows teachers how to incorporate it into the classroom.

Math Forum: Excel Data Sets

A series of real-world data sets available as Excel files that students can download and manipulate. Teachers can have students use data on this site to investigate various quantitative reasoning ...

StatLib: Datasets Archive

A very basic site providing many real-world data sets for both online use and downloads.

Research Datasets at the World Bank

This site from the World Bank offers more complex economic data sets. Professors can create projects where students must analyze and write about the data using these (or any) data sets.

Mutually Exclusive and Collectively Exhaustive Events

This slideshow (although a tad difficult to read) offers insightful definitions and diagrams.

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