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We have compiled a collection of internet resources and activities that can be useful in teaching particular aspects of numeracy. If you know of websites you would like us to add to the collection, just use the simple submission form to tell us about them. You can also share activities of your own with other faculty interested in QR.


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Statistics Canada: Using Graphs

This site provides guidelines for making and using graphs, going into greater detail than the other sites. Statistical Graphs

A simple explanation of the advantages and disadvantages of various graph types.

Introduction to Statistics: Definitions, Uses, Data Types, and Levels of Measurement

An explanation of terms, uses of statistics, types of data, and levels of measurement. Includes examples.

POWERMUTT Project: Importance of Different Variable Types

This site explains why different variable types are important. Includes exercises.

Research Methods Knowledge Base: Levels of Measurement

Visually friendly website explaining nominal, ordinal, interval, and ratio data.

Variables and Measures Quiz

This site was created by a teacher who asks students to enter their social security number. Ignore this. Students can still take quiz and get solutions on this site.

Scales of Measurement

Worksheet that defines different scales of measurement and asks students to categorize data. Answers provided.

Data and Statistics Quiz

This 15 question online quiz asks students to choose which category a particular variable belongs to. Quiz keeps track of your score.

Comparing the Mean and Median Through the Use of Technology

This applet allows students to change data points and watch how the mean and median change. This site also asks students lab-like questions.

Analyzing Temperature Trends for U.S. Cities

This site explains a project where students must obtain data from National Climatic Data Center. The students collect temperature information on three cities and compare their mean, median, mode.

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