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This Week's Topic: Graphing
- David’s first AP Bio graphing assignment of the year.
- David’s Graphing Video for Chemistry.
- We invite your feedback and vehement disagreements on this topic.
- An example of a Regents Chemistry Graph (as shown in the scoring guide, note that even though credit isn’t given for circling points and connecting the lines, the directions to students during the exam instruct them to do both).
- The College Board’s Data Visualization Guide has a lesson on graphing (co-authored by a handsome, handsome devil).
- David apparently can’t have a conversation about design without plugging Edward Tufte’s “Visual Display…”
- Paul thinks this is a good way for early students to graph uncertainty.
- Is there a “how-to graph” document that exists?
- “Information is Beautiful”
- David accidentally referred to “Information is Beautiful” as “Data is Beautiful”. He apologizes to his wife and child for the shame he has brought to the family unit.