• Bar Graph (Shodor)
The user of this applet can enter data as well as manipulate the y-axis values to create a bar graph. The ability to manipulate the y-axis values allows the creation of potentially misleading graphs, a good source of discussion.

• Box Plot (Shodor)
The user can enter data and create box plots.

• U.S. Census Bureau
A site that provides statistical information sorted by state, country, or voting districts.

• Collecting, Representing, and Interpreting Data Using Spreadsheets and Graphing Software: Representing and Interpreting Data (NCTM's e-Examples)
Data are provided in a spreadsheet. The data can be changed and/or ordered in different ways with simple buttons. Scatter plots and bar graphs are also easily made with various combinations of data. Lesson suggestions are provided.

• Demographic information
A site that provides demographic information for every nation in the world, including population, age distributions, death and birth rates, and information on the economy, government, transportation, and geography maps.

• Economic Research Service, USDA
Here you can find wonderful data sets on the availability and consumption of hundreds of foods. Per capita estimates on a yearly basis often go back as far as 1909.

• Funschool.com
The Funschool website contains mathematical games on number concepts and operations, fractions, decimals, percents, geometry, probability, patterns, and equations.

• Histograms (NLVM)
This site offers an interactive applet allowing the user to create and manipulate histograms. User data can be entered. The NLVM applet also has a tool for box plots.

• Histograms (Shodor)
This site offers an interactive applet allowing the user to create and manipulate histograms. Data are supplied on the Shodor applet.

• Plop It! (Shodor)
The user can experiment with the concepts of mean, median, and mode by using a bar graph. The applet allows you to visually see the difference between these measures.

• Population Education Training
This is the home page for the Population Education Training organization, a group that provides workshops for teachers interested in using population themes as a context for teaching math lessons using data. The site has links to materials, as well as information on how to receive training or even how to become a trainer.

• Stem-and-Leaf Plot (Shodor)
The user can experiment with the concepts of mean, median, and mode by using a bar graph. The applet allows you to visually see the difference between these measures.

• The World Factbook
This website provides demographic information for every nation in the world, including population, age distribution, death and birth rates, and information on the economy, government, transportation, and geography. Maps are included as well.