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The datasets available here were designed to support the activities, worksheets, assessment, and articles in the Exploring Data website (above).Each data set is identified by topic and available in three formats: Excel 4.0, NCSS Jr. 6.0, and Tab Delimited. Some examples of datasets include: US Draft Lotteries, AIDS/HIV, Air Pollution, Anscombe's Dataset, Bradmanesque, Carbon Dioxide, Carbon Emissions, Challenger, Cloud Seeding, Codeine Concentration, Density of the Earth, Density of Nitrogen, Diamond Rings, Galileo's Experiments, Global Temperature, Metric Estimates, Oil Production, Old Faithful, Olympic Gold, Oscar Winners, Pottery, Smoking and Cancer, Speed of Light, and World Population.
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Teach Online Safety
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NREL: Workforce Development &...
The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has assembled an impressive array of educational resources for teachers working with elementary, middle, and...



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