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Mean, Median, Mode, Range

Using and Handling Data
Simple explanations for finding mean, median, or mode.

Math Goodies Interactive Statistics Lessons
Clear lessons with examples and interactive quiz questions, including range, arithmetic mean, non-routine mean, median, and mode, practice exercises, and challenge exercises.

Mean, Median, and Mode
Lesson on how to calculate mean, median, and mode for set of data given in different ways. It also has interactive exercises.

Measures Activity
Enter you own data and the program will calculate mean, median, mode, range and some other statistical measures.

Landmark Shark Game
You are dealt five number cards, and using that as your data set you need to choose which of the range, median, or mode is the largest number.

Train Race Game
Calculate the median and range of travel times for four different trains, then choose a good train to take based on your results.

An online graphing/scientific/matrix/statistics calculator. Includes graphing implicit equations, finding interesections for equations, an equation solver, LCM, GCF, standard deviation, regressions, T-tests, and more.

Range and interquartile range quiz
An online multiple-choice quiz that is created randomly. Refresh the page (or press F5) to get another quiz.

Mean Deviation
A simple explanation about what is the mean absolute deviation, how to find it, and what it means.

Mean Absolute Deviation
Several videos explaining how to calculate the mean absolute deviation of a data set.

Working with the Mean Absolute Deviation (MAD)
A tutorial and questions where you are asked to create line plots with a specified mean absolute deviation.

GCSE Bitesize Mean, mode and median lessons
Explanations with simple examples.


Graphing and Graphs

Bar Chart Virtual Manipulative
Build your bar chart online using this interactive tool.

An Interactive Bar Grapher
Graph data sets in bar graphs. The color, thickness and scale of the graph are adjustable. You can input your own data, or you can use or alter pre-made data sets.

Create a Graph
Kids can create bar graphs, linegraphs, pie graphs, area graphs, and xyz graphs to view, print, and save.

A very comprehensive, collaborative data analysis and graphing tool. Bring data in from anywhere, do the math, graph it with interactive plots (scatter, line, area, bar, histogram, heatmap, box, and more), and export it.

Statistics Interactive Activities
(click 'Statistics' from the top menu)
A set of interactive tools for exploring histograms, pie charts, boxplots, stem-leaf plots, scatter plots, mean, median, and much more. You can enter your own data or explore the examples.

Graphs Quiz from ThatQuiz.org
This quiz asks questions about different kinds of graphs (bar, line, circle graph, multi-bar, stem-and-leaf, boxplot, scattergraph). You can modify the quiz parameters to your liking, such as to plot the graph, answer different kinds of questions about the graph, or find mean, median, or mode based on the graph.

Math Goodies Interactive Data & Graphs Lessons
Clear lessons with examples and interactive quiz questions, covering the concept and construction of line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs, comparing graphs, and exercises.

Statistics gizmos from Explorelearning.com
Interactive exploration activities online, with lesson plans. Topics include box-and-whisker plots, mean, median, and mode, histograms, stem-and-leaf plots, and more. This is an excellent resource. The gizmos work for 5 minutes for free. You can also sign up for a free trial account.

Create a Histogram
Explore histograms using the given sets of data, or make your own. Try changing the interval size (the bin size) and see how it affects the graph.

Make Your Own Boxplot
Enter values from your own data, and this web page creates your box-and-whisker plot for you.

Create a Boxplot
You can explore boxplots using the given sets of data, or make your own. Try adding more data to the existing data sets and see how the plot changes.

Make Your Own Stem-and-Leaf Plot
Enter the values, and this web page creates your stem-and-leaf plot for you.

Stem-and-Leaf Plots Quiz
An online multiple-choice quiz that is created randomly. Refresh the page (or press F5) to get another quiz.

Boxplots Quiz
An online multiple-choice quiz that is created randomly. Refresh the page (or press F5) to get another quiz.

Survey game
A game where you survey children and find out their favorite hobby or color. Make a frequency table, a bar graph, and a pictogram from the results.

Circle Grapher
Use this online tool to graph data sets in a circle graph. You can input your own data or alter a preā€‘made data set.

Great Graphing Resources
A list of more graphing-related resources, for grades 1-8.


Advanced Statistics

Statistics and Probability Interactive Activities
Including different graphs & plots, experimental probability with dice or coins or spinner, conditional probability with a boxes-and-marbles experiment, sampling with and without replacement with a draw-marbles experiment, the famous MONTY HALL!, and more.

The Regression Line and Correlation
This applet allows you to investigate a regression line, sometimes known as a "line of best fit."

Online Statistics: An Interactive Multimedia Course of Study
An introductory-level statistics book. The material is presented both as a standard textbook and as a multimedia presentation. The book features interactive demonstrations and simulations, case studies, and an analysis lab.

Statistics How-to
Includes calculators, tutorials, tables, and a forum. Covers all of the elementary statistics.

A very comprehensive, collaborative data analysis and graphing tool. Bring data in from anywhere, do the math, graph it with interactive plots (scatter, line, area, bar, histogram, heatmap, box, and more), and export it.

An Open Learning Initiative Statistics Course
A free online course comparable to the full semester course on Statistics taught at Carnegie Mellon University. Your access includes the complete online course including all expository text, simulations, case studies, comprehension tests, interactive learning exercises and StatTutor.

Online Statistics Video Tutorials
A collection of free videos for the statistics student.

TalkStats.com—Statistics Help
Discussion forum where you can ask statistics questions.

Statistics: Inferences and Predictions from ExploreLearning.com
Great interactive 'gizmos' about correlation, least squares fit line, scatter plots, and more. All activities include exploration tutorial and assessment questions. Free trial.

SurfStat Australia
An online college level text of introductory statistics.

Java Applet Hotlist from SurfStat
Centres (mean and median), growing histogram, linear regression and discrete probability distributions applets.
See also the graphing section; many of the programs have statistical plots features.


Statistics - Facts & Figures

Visualizing human development trends (such as poverty, health, gaps, income on a global scale) via stunning, interactive statistical graphs. This is an interactive, dynamic tool and not just static graphs. Download the software or the reports for free.

World statistics updated in real time. Useful for general educational purposes - for some stunning facts.

UN Data
The United Nations offers the ability to search across its statistical databases, including education, human development, population, trade and gender.



Math Mammoth Statistics & Probability workbook cover

Math Mammoth Statistics & Probability
A worktext with both instruction and exercises, meant for grades 5-7. The book includes lessons on reading and drawing different graphs including circle graphs and stem-and-leaf plots, mean, median, mode, and range, and simple probability.

cover for how to lie with statistics How to Lie With Statistics
A bit dated, but fun! This book remains relevant as a wake-up call for people unaccustomed to examining the endless flow of numbers pouring from Wall Street, Madison Avenue, and everywhere else someone has an axe to grind, a point to prove, or a product to sell. Statistics are rife with opportunities for misuse, from "gee-whiz graphs" that add nonexistent drama to trends, to "results" detached from their method and meaning, to statistics' ultimate bugaboo--faulty cause-and-effect reasoning.

cover for how to lie with charts How To Lie With Charts
The main focus of How to Lie with Charts is on the principles of persuasive-and undistorted-visual communication. It's about careful thinking and clear expression. So don't blame the computers. People are running the show.

cover for mathematician reads a newspaper A Mathematician Reads the Newspaper
In this book the author reveals the hidden mathematical angles in countless media stories. His real life perspective on the statistics we rely on and how they can mislead is for anyone interested in gaining a more accurate view of their world. The book is written with a humorous and knowledgeable style that makes it great reading.


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