Friday: Family Income and College Chances

2015-03-14_OhNoLogo22-mark3It’s Friday!

I hope this starts a trend. Last week, the New York Times asked readers to draw a line predicting how likely a student is to attend college versus their income. FASCINATING.

My line was okay, but before I give away how I did, I want to give you a chance to try it out.

Go ahead, click here.

I love this because it challenges you to really lay out what you think is going on, and then it tells you how you did. No more of the easy “I don’t know what I think… why don’t you tell me what’s right” way of interacting with graphs.

Okay,
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This segment is just filler so you don’t see the results on accident.
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I suppose it’s a good place for a joke:
“I haven’t slept for 10 days… because that would be too long.” -Mitch Hedberg
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I don’t even feel bad about that joke.
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Here’s how I did:

forblogGood news, I’m not the worst!

Though I’m amazed at how straight that line is.

How did you do?

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