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Visit this site: http://chartsbin.com/

Author:ChartsBin.com
Description: A web-based data visualization tool for making, embedding, and exporting interactive visualizations out of your own data. Register to create your own graphic or browse ChartsBin's public gallery for "Starting Age of Compulsory Education around the World," "Current Worldwide Public Expenditure on Education as a percentage of GDP," and "school life expectancy" (Education); "Nobel Peace Prize Winners by Country" (People); "Internet and Telecommunications Statistics" (Information and Communication Technology); and other global statistics — each with supporting references and data tables, and viewable as Cylindrical Equal Area, Gall-Peters, Mercator, Miller Cylindrical, Mollweide, Robinson, Sinusoidal, Van der Grinten, and Winkel Tripel cartographic projections. Other categories of ChartsBin's public gallery include drugs and crime, environment, economic, food and agriculture, health, social, and society. The one for society has a bar graph displaying how citizens in dozens of countries around the world answered to the question, "Do you think most people try to take advantage of you?" and responses to a Gallup poll of Americans that asked, "Suppose you could only have one child. Would you prefer that it be a boy or a girl?"

Levels: Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Languages: English
Resource Types: Graphics, Recreations, Topic Tools Miscellaneous
Math Topics: Graphing of Data, Data Sets, Statistics, Geography

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