Data Literacy Project
Find Graphs and Charts:
Browse books on display in the library, and/or explore the online resources below. Don't forget to cite your sources using NoodleTools (see bottom of this page)!
If you are having trouble locating a graph/chart for your project, ask Ms. DiSalvo for help!
Gale in Context: Opposing Viewpoints - Type your search term in the box. Narrow your results by selecting Statistics or Infographics. Export your citation directly to NoodleTools.
Visual Capitalist - Click on the magnifying glass in the top right corner and type in your search term.
What's Going on in this Graph - NY Times graphs, maps, and charts. Explore the page by scrolling, or search using the serach box (scroll down until you see the magnifying glass).
What's Going on in this Graph (organized by topic and type) - Over 60 NY Times graphs, maps, and charts organiezed by topic and type. Scroll through to browse, or use Control-F to search for a specific word within the page.
Pew Research Center - Use the search box to find articles with charts and graphs about your chosen topic, or browse topics using the tabs.
Statista - Type your search term in the box. Some charts and graphs require a login, however many are available for free.
*Sites by Topic*:
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics - Search for a job, then look at pay and job outlook.
-Arts, Fashion & Entertainment
-Health and Wellness:
-Diversity and Inclusion:
Cite Your Sources!
Use Noodletools to collect your sources and generate your bibliography.
**Go to NoodleTools
**Watch the videos below for instructions on how to use NoodleTools. Ask Ms. DiSalvo for help!