I remember those graphics, too, Mike. My foggy brain is associating them
with the xmcacourse, perhaps around the time we were studying Davydov. I
rummaged around a little in the xmcacourse archives, and also the xmca
archives from that time, but no luck. It was maybe May or June. I don't
remember if they were from a file attachment or a URL. But I do remember
seeing them and looking them over, appreciating the clever graphics, and
seeing how the countries compared.
At 05:35 PM 1/27/04 -0800, you wrote:
>Some time back I came across some neat graphics displaying international
>math achievement. Instead of boring old bar graphs, the displays were of
>cartoon characters with numbers attached riding a wave, climbing a mountain,
>racing sports cars.... stuff like that. I THOUGHT they were from Jim Stigler's
>web site at UCLA, but they are not.
>Has anyone on xmca seen this pics and if so, could you tell me how to find
>I have spent a bunch more time searching them on google to no avail and may
>have to rever to stodgy old bar graphs when writing about them again, which
>would be a shame.
>Thanks for any help out there.
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