Names:Browse for about fifteen minutes, and then choose one of the interactive graphs above to look at in moredetail.Here’s what you need to discuss and answer (Go ahead and print this out, or type it up as you go. If you dotype your answer, use a nonridiculous twelve point font other than Times New Roman.):First things first: Which one did you choose?Why did you choose it? What made it interesting to you? The layout? The subject? The information?Why?What does the graph show you? This is a two-parter: What is each
to show you, and what doeseach allow you to infer?In what way is the graph interactive? What variables does it allow you to manipulate?What’s the most surprising piece of information on the graph?What’s one question you would like to ask the creator of the graph?What are two questions you think might be used to test if someone has understood the information in thegraph?Thinking about text-driven nonfiction (i.e., data charts, books and articles), what does the interactivegraphic allow a consumer of information to do that a regular book does not? Be as specific as possible.