*social justice, bar graph, double bar graph

Food Deserts: 14 States have Greater than 15% of their Population Living in Food Deserts

More than 39 million Americans live in "food deserts" -- places where residents do not have ample access to fresh fruits and vegetables. Use these graphs to explore this urgent issue. Click to access the slide deck, and learn more about math & content connections.

scatterplot

Correlation or Causation: Chocolate & Nobel Laureates

Does eating chocolate make you smarter? Or does being smarter give you a sweet tooth? Explore correlation and causation with this graph.

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infographics, scatterplot

Do Americans and Nutritionists Agree on What’s Healthy?

How tall are professional soccer players? This graph -- the first box plot on Slow Reveal Graphs -- explores whether height may be advantageous for different positions in soccer/football.

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box plot

World Cup Player Heights

How tall are professional soccer players? This graph -- the first box plot on Slow Reveal Graphs -- explores whether height may be advantageous for different positions in soccer/football.

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*social justice, bar graph, line graph

Vaping Up a Storm 3: E-cigarette ads and teen e-cigarette use

As more dollars were spent on e-cigarette advertising, e-cigarette use amongst teens rose dramatically. This double y-axis graph, that is both a bar and a line graph, reveals a disturbing trend.

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*social justice, line graph

Vaping up a Storm: E-Cigarette Use in US Middle and High Schools

How many high school and middle school students are vaping? Compare data from 2011 to 2018, showing a disturbing trend.

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bar graph, double bar graph

Comparing the number of mass shootings in the US (by race) with the number of words used in coverage by the NYTimes

How does the number of mass shootings, broken down by race, compare with the average number of words the NYTimes used to cover the story?

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