A lot of our presentations include statistics. We use charts, graphs and numbers to tell our stories.
Statistics get thrown about for shock value sometimes, so understanding the data source, the sample size and the measurement referenced can help you decide if that headline is really meaningful.
In case you have a few questions about exactly what a statistic means, check out this great reference called Statistics Every Writer Should Know. Find everything from the basics (what is the mean, median, average?) to more advanced topics regarding sample size and confidence. The author has even compiled a fabulous list of where to find statistical data on the internet. His list covers sources for information on crime, military, economics, agriculture…you name it – he lists a source for it!
New media to download. Free for personal and classroom use. Click on the image to download the files.
Voting is Patriotic.
Complimentary Download: Voting is Patriotic
Download a zip file with several stylized Democratic
and Republican party icons as transparent PNGs,
a graphic US map, and some JPG backgrounds
sporting US flag designs.
Use these graphics in presentations to encourage
learning about and participation in the political process.
You can use these files for any non-commercial
project…fliers, presentations, blogs…