scatterplot

Baseball: Exit Velocity as a Measure of Hitting Potential

In 2015, MLB started measuring player's "exit velocity" as a way to predict power hitters. What is this stat, and how does it work? Click to access the slide deck, and learn more about math & content connections.

line graph

Google Trends: When do people want to know how many tablespoons are in a cup?

When do people google the conversion from tablespoons to cups? What trends do you notice? What does this mean about what Americans are doing? Click to access the slide deck, and learn more about math & content connections.

*social justice, line graph

Rate of Left-Handedness in the US: Stigma & Society

Left-handedness has long been stigmatized in the US (and other countries). How did the rate of left-handedness seem to change over time? And what is the parallel between the rise of left-handedness and the rise of people identifying as queer? Click to access the slide deck, and learn more about math & content connections.

line graph

Twitter’s Top Emojis Over the Course of 2020

What were the most popular emojis of 2020, and why did it change over the course of the year? Click to access the slide deck, and learn more about math & content connections.

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.

Click to access the slide deck, and learn more about math & content connections.