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## Data Analysis - CCSS 3.MD.B.3

## Links verified on 06/06/2017

1. All The Parts.

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Students learn the parts of different types of graphs. SEE MORE

2. Amblegraph.

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Create simple bar charts online. Students can use if for very quick surveys or a teacher can use it to model the construction of a bar graph with a class or group. Most elements are editable. SEE MORE

3. Bar Graph Lesson.

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A lesson on a Bar Graph followed by a practice quiz. SEE MORE

4. Bar Graph.

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Enter data to create a bar graph, then manipulate the graph's maximum and minimum values. (Worksheets available under the "learner" tab.) SEE MORE

5. Bugs in the System!

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Drag the bugs into the column of the same color to create a graph. SEE MORE

6. Circle Graph.

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Enter data categories and the value of each category to create a circle graph (similar to "Pie Chart" but the user can define the data set). (Additional activities and worksheets available under the "learner" tab.) SEE MORE

7. Create your own Bar Graph.

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Use the data given to create your own bar graph. SEE MORE

8. Create your own Line Plot.

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Use the given data to create your own line plot. SEE MORE

9. Data Picking.

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Students collect data, enter tally marks or numbers and then select which graph is appropriate. There are three levels. (requires shockwave) SEE MORE

10. Graphing Ordered Pairs.

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Find the intersection of the coordinates given in this game. SEE MORE

11. How It All Stacks Up.

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Interpret and compare information using a bar graph. SEE MORE

12. Interpret Bar Graphs II.

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Read the graph and answer the questions in this game. SEE MORE

13. Interpret Bar Graphs.

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Read the graph and answer the questions in this game. SEE MORE

14. Interpret Line Plots.

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Student answer questions on this quiz, reading the line plots. SEE MORE

15. Interpreting Data.

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Click on each child to find out their favorite hobby. Then type in the total for each hobby in the table. Next, make a bar chart to represent the numbers in the table. Continue by turning the same table into a pictogram. SEE MORE

16. Kids Have Pets.

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Students learn about the parts of a bar graph and how to collect information. SEE MORE

17. Kinds Of Graphs.

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Learn about various types of graphs. SEE MORE

18. Pie Chart.

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Make pie charts. Additional resources are available. SEE MORE

19. Play Ball.

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Use the picture graphs to answer questions. SEE MORE

20. Reading Pictographs.

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Answer the questions by using the data on the pictograph. SEE MORE

21. Representing Data.

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When you collect and record data, you can represent it in a diagram. Learn how to show the results using a bar chart, pie chart, line graph, pictogram, frequency diagram or scatter diagram. (Includes activity, glossary, guide, and test.) SEE MORE

22. Study Jam: Data Analysis.

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Video lessons on the following: line plots, median, range, bar graphs, circle graphs, double-line graphs, mean/average, mode, pictograph, stem-and-leaf, histograms, and choosing the correct graph. (Test yourself included) SEE MORE

23. What percentage has been shaded?

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Guess the percent of the shaded pie chart. (extremely difficult) SEE MORE

24. Which bar graph is correct?

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Read each question and identify the graph that answers the given question. SEE MORE

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