15 years ago
bluespade

where can i get data to put in to graphs. I need it for a class?

where can i get data to put in to graphs. I need it for a class?
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15 years ago
Anonymous
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Gather data from this Q/A forum. Quantify silly questions, legitimate questions, real answers, etc. and graph ratios accordingly. It would probably be interesting to see.
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15 years ago
young_friend
You can go through the newspapers from say 1st to 10th of this month and extract from there, maximum and minimum temperatures of your city then you make a graph where X axis can be the dates from 1st to 10th and Y axis would have the measurement of maximum temperature - this would give you your first graph. Similarly you can use X axis can be the dates from 1st to 10th and Y axis would have the measurement of minimum temperature and get your second graph. If you need more, you can take info on " humidity" or "rainfall" and create more graphs too..
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15 years ago
Anonymous
Go to the bureau of labor statistics website and look for the consumer price index. There are a number of series - look for the cpi since 1913. make a graph of what a dollar could buy in, say, 1950 and what it buys now.
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15 years ago
miss giggles
it depends on what kind of data you need you need to give more details
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