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Math: Interpreting and Creating Science Graphs

These sites provide information on interpreting and creating science graphs. Learn how to make graphs using paper and graphing software as well as how to interpret and describe graphs for scientific data. Includes downloadable data sets and practice questions. There are links to eThemes Resources on different types of graphs.


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This page has information on creating science graphs as well as exercises on graphing problems and interpreting graphs. Includes instruction on how to make graphs using paper and Microsoft Excel.
This page provides brief information about line graphs and its characteristics. Includes short practice questions.
Learn what types of graphs are appropriate for representing data from an experiment. Includes data analysis checklist and graph checklist.
This lesson plan provides activities for students to understand the importance of different types of graph and learn how to interpret them.
In this unit, students will collect weather data, create graphs, and find patterns using spreadsheet and graphing software.
Here is an example of how scientists use graphs to visualize data. Note: This site includes ads.
Practice interpreting graphs and then click each question for some possible ways to interpret graphs.
Here are data in Excel format that can be downloaded to create science graphs.
Learn how graphs can misrepresent information. Learn how to avoid common errors and how to design good charts. These sites include illustrations, tips, activities, worksheets, and quizzes.
These sites focus on graphs of quadratic functions. Learn how to plot the graphs and observe patterns of quadratic functions from the graphs. Includes online simulations, tutorials, and exercises. There are also eThemes Resources on quadratic functions and algebra.
These sites have definitions of survey, poll, mean, median, and mode. Find out how to take simple surveys and opinion polls. Includes lesson plans and in-class activities for collecting and organizing numerical and statistical data. There are links to eThemes Resources on how to create and use various types of graphs.
These sites include examples of different types of graphs such as bar, line, and pictographs. Many of the sites are interactive and demonstrate how graphing works. Also includes several hands-on activities. There are links to eThemes Resources on circle graphs and statistics to graph.
These sites include interactive games, activities, and simulations of circle graphs/pie charts. Also includes some basic data that can be analyzed and some scoring rubrics.

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