Tuva Labs is now just Tuva.

Today, we are announcing a brand refresh of Tuva. As part of the refresh, we are officially dropping the “Labs” from our brand. 

Tuva Labs is now just Tuva.

Data novices, educators, and learners from around the world are joining the Tuva community everyday to find curated, open datasets; use our dynamic, easy-to-use data analysis and visualization tools; and learn our interactive data-base activities and tasks.

As part of this refresh, we also have a new logo!


Let us know your thoughts on the new logo in the comments, and enter for a chance to win a brand new Tuva t-shirt or coffee mug!   

Our mission is to build Tuva into the premiere data literacy platform, making data and statistics accessible and usable for data novices and learners around the world.

We are continuing to make really good progress to bring our vision to fruition, and are excited for the next stage of our journey and growth.

Teacher of the Week – Dave Ferris

David Ferris
AP Statistics, Precalculus, Finite Math
Noblesville High School
Noblesville, IN

“Tuvalabs is a refreshingly high-quality and engaging web-based tool for my students (who all have iPads). The datasets are interesting, and the analysis tools are easy to learn. I love the ability to create my own activities and have students complete them side-by-side on the same screen with the analysis tools. Tuvalabs is the perfect tool for introducing students to the excitement of discovering the stories that data can reveal.”

Teacher of the Week – Jodie Deinhammer

Jodie Deinhammer
High School Science, Anatomy, and Physiology Teacher
Coppell High School
Coppell, TX

“Over the last few years, I have searched for ways to incorporate data analysis into my senior level Anatomy and Physiology course.  Stumbling across Tuva was one of my favorite finds of the year.  

This year, my classes were able to analyze the use of vaccines in society and support their claims of efficacy with evidence obtained from Tuva.  They could clearly see the correlation between vaccination rate and disease.  They also discovered an outlier in the data which generated engaging class discussions and interesting perspective on disease, society, and income.  

Students need to be able to manipulate data, extrapolate information, and make informed decisions in order to develop evidence based conclusions in science. TuvaLab gives educators the ability to provide this to our learners with its user friendly interface and customization.”