We are excited to unveil a brand new look to the Tuva Datasets Library!
As the number of datasets, activities, and lessons continues to increase on the Tuva platform, we are striving to make it easy for you to filter and find the right curriculum resource that meets your needs.
The new Tuva Datasets Library page is arranged as follows:
Find all the Filter categories and sub-categories on the left sidebar.
Filter by Subject / Topic, Grade Level, Science (NGSS Core Ideas), Math topic, Dataset Size, Place / Region, and Language.
Easily switch between 15 free datasets (Tuva Basic) and All datasets (Tuva Premium) in the library.
Easily toggle between Block View and List View for all resources.
Quickly find all the archived datasets and activities.
When it comes to exploring data, how one organizes the dataset is incredibly important. Typically, each column should represent an attribute and each row should represent one observation. There are certain best practices one should follow when organizing a dataset, but we will leave that for another post.
There are times when the data is organized a bit differently, one needs to be able to plot multiple attributes on the same axis in order to meaningfully explore and analyze the data. Today, we are launching this functionality on Tuva.
Once you drag and drop an attribute on the x- or y-axis, you will be able to drag another attribute and drop it on the small rectangular box that appears below the attribute on that same axis. Here is a brief video showcasing this new feature in an example: