Over 60 New York Times Graphs for Students to Analyze

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For the last three years, we have collaborated with the American Statistical Association (A.S.A.) to produce “What’s Going On in This Graph?” This weekly feature invites students to analyze and interpret graphs previously published in The New York Times, first by noticing and wondering, and then by creating a catchy headline and considering what impact this data might have on them and their communities.

Scroll through the dozens of graphs in the slide show above or explore each graph further in the collection below. This curated list is organized by topic and graph type — ranging from science to sports, and from bar graphs to bubble charts.

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