# Statistics: 1/18/2011 Lecture Notes

The Excel workbook is below, lecture notes below the fold. CensusAtSchools In-class Workbook

# Statistics – Lecture Notes 1/13/2011

A link to the Excel spreadsheet I made throughout class is below. A link to the images below the fold. In-class Excel Worksheet – 1/13/2011

# Statistics – Lecture Notes 1/11/11

We will use technology to a great extent in this class, including the posting of lecture notes and files. Below the “fold” (click More…) you can find images from Tuesday’s class. Below is also a link to the data set we will be using. Survey of Basic Classroom Data

Audio Notes

# Minimalist Basic Graphs

Edward Tufte’s The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, a key book in the area of data visualization and something that is mentioned often in this course, introduced a minimalist theory of graphs. The book, which was minimalistic in both graphing and writing, introduced new varieties of basic graphs that reduced ink usage even further. Mr […]

# Not Everything is Under “Insert”: Non-traditional Basic Graphs

Bar charts, line charts, and pie charts…oh, my. Even improving these charts can still lead to a pretty dull layout. Data visualization has gained in popularity, for the most, because eye-catching charts are, well, eye-catching. Usually a graphic designer or statistician needs to create something outside of the traditional basic plots, something outside your Excel’s […]

# The Basics of a Basic Graph

Minimalism is the predominant art form in data visualization, especially for the basic graph. It may bore from Excel’s–the workhorse of almost all basic graphs–not-so-minimalist approach to basic graphs. Formally, minimalism is really meant to minimize chart junk. Glyphs, labels, colors, grid lines, axises are all elements of the graph that are meant to help […]

# Econ 102 – November 4 Lecture Notes

Audio Notes [there is an issue with the file, I’ll fix it soon] Excel File There are no images for this lecture.