Camille Newton▸ Task 2: Data- Patterns & Play


I was looking for data representation websites and came across Smashmaths with Australian Curriculum links. #csertask2

https://www.smashmaths.com.au/statistics-and-probability/data

Using the bar graph data I was able to display a cheeky representation of dirty clothes data on the day of creation. I really liked the way the data set was entered and the graph updated instantaneously as prior use of graphing websites haven't always given students instant feedback. It allows them to choose the best x or y axis for representation.
Here is my graph:


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