# Make a graph online

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Make a Bar Graph

NCES Kids' Zone: Check out GRAPH to have students create their own bar, line, and pie graphs online!

I learned a nifty domain and range trick from an online workshop about using stickie notes to help “frame” the graph of a function. The idea is to use 4 notes so that all you see is the graph, which can make identifying the domain and range a little easier

I learned a nifty domain and range trick from an online workshop about using stickie notes to help “frame” the graph of a function. The idea is to use 4 notes so that all you see is the graph, which can make identifying the domain and range a little easier

ChartGo.com - Sample Chart generated by ChartGo.com Create a graph online quickly. Create bar graphs, line graphs or pie charts. Simply choose your settings, paste your data in the Chart data area and hit the create button. Visit the menu section if you need more specific chart settings. You can also use and modify existing graphs from the graphing example section.

Larry Ferlazzo's blog post 'The Best Tools to Make Simple Graphs Online' provides brief explanations and links to the best online tools for presenting data and information. The tools he suggests allow data to be presented in the visual form of charts, graphs and maps and are suitable for all ages. The Australian Curriculum: Technologies, Digital Technologies strand encourages students to create graphs to represent data.

Interactive graphing tool for 3rd grade and up. create it as a jpg or png to save to insert into reports. Try the newer version too

Create-A-Graph Students can explore their visual communication skills with this online graphing tool from the National Center for Education Statistics. The tool helps users make bar charts, line graphs, area graphs, pie graphs, and XY graphs. Five clickable tabs (design, data, labels, preview, and print/save) provide options for customizing each type of graph. A tutorial tells which kind of graph is best for a particular situation.

Create-A-Graph cards and video! http://theorganizedclassroomblog.com/index.php/blog/classroom-tech-in-3-minutes-or-less

How Much Do Music Artists Really Earn Online? Atlantic post from Nov. 2011 but still relevant today