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Here are the questions we need to answer on our page:

1.) What is the title of the application and who developed it?

2.) What is the purpose of the application/what does it do?

3.) How does it work?

4.) How is it related to other applications?

5.) What are some unique ways of using this application?

6.) How could this application be used within an educational/learning situation?

7.) Lesson plans for the elementary, secondary, and post secondary level

8.) How could the application be used within an educational/learning situation?

9.) Examples of it being used to illustrate its current educational value or potential value?

10.) How could this application be used in other countries?

Chartle 

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  1. Unknown User (luo21)

    Comments ( Hide | Add Comment ) | http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~husk | h4. Ashley Nicole Husk says: Chartle allows viewers to make charts and publish the charts on the Chartle website for others to see and use previously made charts. Only 40 million charts are found online, but one million are found in publications.

    Oct 26, 2009 18:44 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~husk | h4. Ashley Nicole Husk says: The main goal of the creators of Chartle is to increase its popularity and for others to be able to access previously made charts. Rather than going to publications for charts, Chartle wants to be the main source of charts for visualizing information.
    Oct 26, 2009 18:46 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~husk | h4. Ashley Nicole Husk says: The different types of charts available on Chartle include bar, pie, line, plots and diagrams, business, dynamic, gauge, and country maps to visually represent information.
    Oct 26, 2009 18:49 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~eeades | h4. Erica Marie Eades says: Educators can use the pie or bar graphs for a visual of the information that they are teaching their students. For elementary educators, you could illustrate the time/rate it takes for a feather to fall compared to the time/rate it takes a basketball to fall by using Chartle's bar graphs.
    Oct 26, 2009 21:10 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~eeades | h4. Erica Marie Eades says: Today's society is based on how fast we can get something accomplished. This is true in many factors or sectors of society. Fast food preparation and delivery is one example. Internet speed should be quick and easy but accurate. These are just a few of the modern day examples of speedy "delivery" that we crave. Chartle is another example. Educators want to accomplish their lesson plans and class preparation in a timely manner, but also want the students to learn from this prepartion in the best possible ways that can become available to them. Educators can use the charts on Chartle as good visuals and also as math problem illustrations that the students may have to work upon. These are just a few examples that could apply to both elementary education and also to middle school education.
    Oct 26, 2009 21:16 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~eeades | h4. Erica Marie Eades says: The business industry could greatly benefit from this Chartle website. It will make it easier to pull up and make a chart of the yearly work standings or profit margins for the current year. The charts could be used in both small and large presentations to companies themsleves and also to other partnering companies. The professionalism of the Chartle program may help the companies and the businesses to gain added respect from their presentations also.
    Oct 26, 2009 21:20 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~mn0114@hotmail.com | h4. Yoo mina says: This site was created with the main purpose to provide users with the possibility to get access to some of the best charts online. Chartle.net is an online solution take makes easier for you to make any online chart you want in a very simple way. One of the main reasons why there is a great discrepancy between the number of online charts against the off line charts is the fact that online charts are extremely difficult to make. This is no longer valid due to the fact that Chartle.net is a solution that has all the answers to your questions when it comes to building an accurate and simple online chart. On this online resource you will get the chance to find the simplicity, effectiveness and interactivity of a solution that was created in order to give you the most practical and friendly user method to make charts and other related works online. Among some of the features you will enjoy on this online resource is a very improved chart creation tool that is actually more consistent than the others. In addition to this is a social networking friendly. So, remember this site in case you are in the need of creating an interactive and effective online chart.
    Read more: http://www.killerstartups.com/Web-App-Tools/chartle-net-make-your-online-charts#ixzz0V7zd3gV3
    Oct 27, 2009 05:44 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~mn0114@hotmail.com | h4. Yoo mina says: Apparently launched in early beta by Google, Chartle is an online web application that creates static and interactive charts from your data. The images and interactive charts you create with chartle.net are yours to use in any way you choose. You may use them in your blog, annual business reports, print them in brochures and what not. Compared to other web services chartle.net is actually pretty non-binding towards its users. No forced registration, save images directly to your desktop, embed images in your web site, what have you. You can choose between bar, pie, line, plots and diagrams, static maps, interactive maps, and dynamic charts.
    Oct 27, 2009 05:47 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~kayehle | h4. Kathleen Anne Yehle says: Chartle can be used in blogs, reports, brouchures, fliers, etc. You don't have to register for Chartle to view other people's charts even though it's free. They request but not require that you explain the chart that you created/submitted.
    Oct 27, 2009 11:42 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~kayehle | h4. Kathleen Anne Yehle says: Chartle is considered to be a "social networking" website. It is very interactive. There are 171 ways to share your finindings including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, email, Google, Myspace, etc. Regarding education, students could find academically based charts and discuss with their fellow classmates and teachers.
    Oct 27, 2009 11:48 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~kayehle | h4. Kathleen Anne Yehle says: Especially for the elementry age child, this could be a very effective tool for him to use in order to learn not only how to make charts but also how to understand what they mean and how to read them.
    Oct 27, 2009 11:52 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~nbrobst | h4. Nicholas T Brobst says: Chartle would be a great resource for teachers, especially those in elementary grades that are first learning about charts or in Social Studies, because one can easily access Charts that others have made and put them into their own presentation for free (as long as you don't try to sell it) instead of taking out time that could be used doing something else to make new charts to use as example.
    Oct 27, 2009 21:35 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~nbrobst | h4. Nicholas T Brobst says: Chartle can easily be accessed by anyone who will take a couple seconds to create an account. Many of the charts can even be accessed, edited, and posted onto one's own Website without ever having made an account with Chartle.
    Oct 27, 2009 21:37 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~nbrobst | h4. Nicholas T Brobst says: A useful function of Chartle is that Charts are visual aids that can be easily used in several countries. Business is becoming more global and the things that we are taught are virtually the same across the globe. A presentation is often enriched by charts and other visual aids and I do not believe that changes whether I am in West Lafayette, Seoul, or Sydney Australia.
    Oct 27, 2009 21:41 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~luo21 | h4. Yi Luo says: Wow! Your research is quite fruitful! But...let me remind you that your comments are supposed to be posted on the RESEARCH PAGE, not on this main page, because this main Chartle page is where your final project will be!
    A link to the RESEARCH PAGE is supposed to be built up here!
    Oct 28, 2009 08:19 ( Permalink | Edit | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~abrodrig | h4. Alexandra Beth Rodriguez says: An example of a way to use Chartle applications within a post-secondary learning situation is to ask the students to take a survey and use a bar graph to record their information. They could also create an experiment and record that data via line graph or plotting.
    Oct 29, 2009 00:27 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~abrodrig | h4. Alexandra Beth Rodriguez says: A common problem that the website states is that certain firewalls prevent the use of Chartle application. The site offers easy instructions on how to clear up this problem. The user must simply download a file from http://www.chartle.net/chartle1929.jar that will allow JAR files to be used on the user's computer.
    Oct 29, 2009 00:31 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~abrodrig | h4. Alexandra Beth Rodriguez says: There is also a forum on the website in which anyone can comment or start a post. The creator of Chartle.com (Dieter Krachtus) has already created several comments or blogs in which real users of Chartle comment, ask questions, etc. This would be very useful for educators because they would be able to offer suggestions how to improve or enhance certain charts for use in the classroom.
    Oct 29, 2009 00:36 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~dpwilson | h4. David Paul Wilson says: Chartle.net is a website that allows users to create and share simple or elaborate charts across the world. According to Killerstartups.com, chartle.net “Chartle.net tears down the complexity of online visualizations - offers simplicity, ubiquity and interactivity instead.”
    Oct 30, 2009 00:17 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~dpwilson | h4. David Paul Wilson says: To use a Chartle graph/chart is really simple and easy. All that you have to do is click on the "Create" button at the bottom of their website and You've got your starting point. I was amazed at how simple it was when I first started trying to figure out how to use it. All you need is simple computer skills to make the simplest of charts. At the top, there are choices as to what type of chart that you want to make. There even subcategories to personalize your chart. They have also added color, font, and size options to personalize your chart even more. After you have those options selected, all you have to do is fill in the data and you see it filled into a chart right in front of your eyes. This website is really interactive and fun.
    Oct 30, 2009 00:26 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) || http://wiki.itap.purdue.edu/display/~dpwilson | h4. David Paul Wilson says: I think that this web app in particular will be of great attraction to teachers. It's easy to use and to navigate, and it makes class lessons more interactive and visual: which, in my opinion, will make a lesson much more attractive to the learners. There are endless ways in which it could be used in a class room. In relation to my theme/major, It could be made to show the composition of water in the body compared to other nutrients.
    Oct 30, 2009 00:37 ( Permalink | Reply To This ) |

  2. Unknown User (dpwilson)

    Chartle.net is a website that allows users to create and share simple or elaborate charts across the world. According to Killerstartups.com, chartle.net “Chartle.net tears down the complexity of online visualizations - offers simplicity, ubiquity and interactivity instead

  3. Unknown User (kayehle)

    Chartle can be used in blogs, reports, brouchures, fliers, etc. You don't have to register for Chartle to view other people's charts even though it's free. They request but not require that you explain the chart that you created/submitted.

  4. Unknown User (dpwilson)

    To use a Chartle graph/chart is really simple and easy. All that you have to do is click on the "Create" button at the bottom of their website and You've got your starting point. I was amazed at how simple it was when I first started trying to figure out how to use it. All you need is simple computer skills to make the simplest of charts. At the top, there are choices as to what type of chart that you want to make. There even subcategories to personalize your chart. They have also added color, font, and size options to personalize your chart even more. After you have those options selected, all you have to do is fill in the data and you see it filled into a chart right in front of your eyes. This website is really interactive and fun.

  5. Unknown User (nbrobst)

    Chartle would be a great resource for teachers, especially those in elementary grades that are first learning about charts or in Social Studies, because one can easily access Charts that others have made and put them into their own presentation for free (as long as you don't try to sell it) instead of taking out time that could be used doing something else to make new charts to use as example.

  6. Unknown User (dpwilson)

    I think that this web app in particular will be of great attraction to teachers. It's easy to use and to navigate, and it makes class lessons more interactive and visual: which, in my opinion, will make a lesson much more attractive to the learners. There are endless ways in which it could be used in a class room. In relation to my theme/major, It could be made to show the composition of water in the body compared to other nutrients.

  7. Unknown User (kayehle)

    Chartle is considered to be a "social networking" website. It is very interactive. There are 171 ways to share your finindings including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, email, Google, Myspace, etc. Regarding education, students could find academically based charts and discuss with their fellow classmates and teachers.

  8. Unknown User (nbrobst)

    Chartle can easily be accessed by anyone who will take a couple seconds to create an account. Many of the charts can even be accessed, edited, and posted onto one's own Website without ever having made an account with Chartle.

  9. Unknown User (kayehle)

    Especially for the elementry age child, this could be a very effective tool for him to use in order to learn not only how to make charts but also how to understand what they mean and how to read them.

  10. Unknown User (abrodrig)

    A common problem that the website states is that certain firewalls prevent the use of Chartle application. The site offers easy instructions on how to clear up this problem. The user must simply download a file from http://www.chartle.net/chartle1929.jar that will allow JAR files to be used on the user's computer.

  11. Unknown User (nbrobst)

    A useful function of Chartle is that Charts are visual aids that can be easily used in several countries. Business is becoming more global and the things that we are taught are virtually the same across the globe. A presentation is often enriched by charts and other visual aids and I do not believe that changes whether I am in West Lafayette, Seoul, or Sydney Australia.

  12. Unknown User (abrodrig)

    An example of a way to use Chartle applications within a post-secondary learning situation is to ask the students to take a survey and use a bar graph to record their information. They could also create an experiment and record that data via line graph or plotting.

  13. Unknown User (abrodrig)

    There is also a forum on the website in which anyone can comment or start a post. The creator of Chartle.com (Dieter Krachtus) has already created several comments or blogs in which real users of Chartle comment, ask questions, etc. This would be very useful for educators because they would be able to offer suggestions how to improve or enhance certain charts for use in the classroom.

  14. Unknown User (husk)

    Chartle allows viewers to make charts and publish the charts on the Chartle website for others to see and use previously made charts. Only 40 million charts are found online, but one million are found in publications.

  15. Unknown User (husk)

    The main goal of the creators of Chartle is to increase its popularity and for others to be able to access previously made charts. Rather than going to publications for charts, Chartle wants to be the main source of charts for visualizing information.

  16. Unknown User (husk)

    The different types of charts available on Chartle include bar, pie, line, plots and diagrams, business, dynamic, gauge, and country maps to visually represent information.

  17.  1.) What is the title of the application and who developed it?

    Chartle.net by Dieter Krachtus(dieter.krachtus@chartle.net) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.

  18. A variety of charts to choose from:

    You could create a variety of charts like:

    • Bar and column charts 

              

    • Pie charts
    • Line and area charts
    • Scatter plots, Venn diagrams and Radar charts
    • Static maps
    • Interactive maps
    • Dynamic timeline charts and Motion charts
    • Org charts and other fun charts like Google-o-meter and gauge

              

  19. Looking for a simple way to create bar, pie, and line charts online? How about Venn diagrams and interactive maps? Chartle.net can make them all.

    The site was created with the main purpose to provide users with the possibility to get access to some of the best charts online. 
    Chartle.net is an online solution take makes easier for you to make any online chart you want in a very simple way. One of the main reasons why there is a great discrepancy between the number of online charts against the off line charts is the fact that online charts are extremely difficult to make. 
    This is no longer valid due to the fact that Chartle.net is a solution that has all the answers to your questions when it comes to building an accurate and simple online chart. 
    On this online resource you will get the chance to find the simplicity, effectiveness and interactivity of a solution that was created in order to give you the most practical and friendly user method to make charts and other related works online. 
    Among some of the features you will enjoy on this online resource is a very improved chart creation tool that is actually more consistent than the others. In addition to this is a socialnetworking friendly 

    So, remember this site in case you are in the need of creating an interactive and effective online chart. (From: http://www.killerstartups.com/Web-App-Tools/chartle-net-make-your-online-charts)

    Start by heading over to Chartle.net, then hit up the Create link and get to graphing. (No registration required.) Once you've launched the webapp, you can choose between bar, pie, line, plots and diagrams, static maps, interactive maps, and dynamic charts. (The tool's "Fun" tab also offers organization and gauge charts, as well as something the site calls a "static Google-o-meter." )

    Next fill in the relevant details like title, chart size, and position (right, left, top, bottom, label, none), and choose whether you want your chart to have a 3D effect. For a detailed walkthrough of how you can use the site to make nice graphs and charts from your data, make sure to take a look at the video demo.

    Once you're satisfied with your creation, click the "publish, share or embed" button.

    http://www.synbio.org.uk/productivity-news/1414.html