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Graphs about Charts and Charts about Graphs

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Author:Ben Greenman
Description: Humorously self-referential charts and "meta-charts," such as "How Much I Had to Manipulate the Data to Make It Seem Like Things Were Looking Up," "Percent Chance These Bars Are Too Thin to See," "How Hard It Was to Draw a Perfectly Straight Line Before, During, and After the Earthquake," "Chance a Dumb Guy Was Told 'Color in Exactly Three-Quarters of This Graph,'" "How the 1 Percent Actually Feels about Being Called 'the 1 Percent,'" "What I Modeled This Chart On," and "Where Is the Rest of This Graph?"

Levels: High School (9-12)
Languages: English
Resource Types: Graphics, Humor
Math Topics: Graphing of Data

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