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Steven Roberge

Teacher interested in Web 2.0 and using web apps in the classroom.

http://twitter.com/kangirsuk

 

Msethuraman (question)

msethuraman is a guy from New York, NY, USA

http://www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/msethuraman/

Chartle.net - interactive charts online!
Chartle is a well-designed service that lets you create bar graphs, pie charts, and line graphs. Just add data, pick your graph type, and Chartle will take care of the rest. It's a great tool.

Brandon Watts

 

 

I love a good chart. That may sound corny, but just think about how much charts help us to understand information. You can read facts and figures all day long and get a basic understanding of what the data means, but once you see everything displayed on a graphical chart, it suddenly makes a lot more sense. With a single glance, you're able to fully understand what the information means. If you need to share certain data with others, you're probably better off creating a chart than just dumping the content in a paragraph. Charts can be fun to create, but they can also be a pain. Chartle.net provides you with an online way to easily create charts.
With their tool, you're able to create charts whether you're a fan of the pie, bar, line, or some of the other varieties. Select the kind that you want, fill in the data, modify the appearance, and publish, share, or embed as you see fit. If you use Chartle.net effectively, your data is going to be a lot more convincing, professional, and appealing.

Kevin Jarrett

 

http://www.ncs-tech.org/?p=3120

chartle.net. It's a free, very intuitive, fast (Java-powered) website for generating embeddable graphs. All the basic types are there (line, bar, pie, etc.) along with some fun & unusual ones, like this "Google-O-Meter" (that's what they call it!):

The graphs are easily customizable, though the interface is a little funky in spots, it's still easy to use. Wish there was a way to add a title – maybe I am missing something? Best of all, no signup is required, so students can use it right away. This could be a handy way to design graphics for blog posts, wikis and other online projects. The chart is rendered via embed code but it you could also take a screenshot and then paste the resulting image, or, use right-click and save as.
It's a cool little site with neat potential in the classroom!
Hope this helps,

Jason
http://jason.edtechteachers.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/1205013020_81.jpg

a Professional Development Coordinator in Educational Technology for Memphis City Schools. Prior to this I was a Professional Development Specialist (Instructional Technology Coach), Computer Lab Instructor, and Elementary School Teacher, all also for Memphis City Schools.

http://jason.edtechteachers.com/?author=1

Chartle is a free, no registration required Web 2.0 app that allows users to create a wide variety of diagrams, maps and charts, some with unique interactive features. Objects created with Chartle can be shared or embedded in blogs or wikis. It has a many features, some of which are quite complicated. It is also a very young Beta product, and only works in Firefox 3.x on PCs and Macs. With those caveats in mind however, it is an intriguing tool with enough going for it to keep it on any tech savvy educator's radar.

Dieter Krachtus

 

http://www.jroller.com/dk/
dieter.krachtus@gmail.com

Recently http://www.chartle.net was voted one of the top 15 appengine apps (being the only web app based on JavaFX technology!) and got a ton of good feedback from other sites. Given that we are in early beta stage with a lot of problems and still many features to come I am very happy.
Embedding of Chartles got a whole lot easier a few days ago. Here are some Chartles published by users in our public gallery:

Don Reisinger

a technology columnist who has written about everything from HDTVs to computers to Flowbee Haircut Systems. Don is a member of the CNET Blog Network, and posts at The Digital Home. He is not an employee of CNET. Disclosure.

 

Chartle is a well-designed service that lets you create bar graphs, pie charts, and line graphs. Just add data, pick your graph type, and Chartle will take care of the rest. It's a great tool.

Larry Ferlazzo

a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/author/mrferlazzo/

Chartle is a new online tool to easily and quickly make charts, graphs and maps.
It's slightly more complicated than some of the other applications on The Best Tools To Make Simple Graphs Online, but still worth adding to the list.
I learned about it through[ RusselTarr

[http://twitter.com/russeltarr]] on Twitter.





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  1. Hi! Ashley. You are such a great project manager. :) I got your email and thank you for your kind and nice explanation about the project. I fully understood what you talked about but I am afraid that I haven't seen Koreans use 'Chartle' because most Koreans use MS Powerpoint or Excel to make charts and graphs. So, can we look for the resource not only Koreans also other countries?

    Is the Facebook more convenient for you, or this page is more?

    I also worry that my English is bad so you might not understand what I want to talk about. If you don't get any of them, please let me know. Anytime, feel free! Thank you.

    Mina (mn0114@hotmail.com)

  2. Unknown User (husk)

    Hi Mina!

    This will work just fine for project communication. Yes, you can look at how it is being used in other countries besides Korea as well. It is a relatively new site, but if you could maybe tell how it CAN be used in Korea that would be great too! So maybe instead of Koreans using MS Powerpoint or Excel, show how they could instead use Chartle and publish their charts and graphs.

    Your English is just fine. :] I actually grew up having a best friend from Russia so I understand the language barrier and what you are trying to say. You are doing a great job!

    Let me know if you have any other questions!

  3. Hi. This is Mina.

    How was your weekend? It is Sunday night in Korea. ): Weekend is always gone so quickly. I tried to attach some pictures of various charts on research page, but it says 'Unable to render embedded object: File (clip-image00229.jpg) not found.'

    How can I fix this problem?

  4. I attatched DOC file and the table is shown so strangly. ):

  5. Unknown User (husk)

    Would you like this table under your question on the main page? I will fix this tonight. :] My friend Chris is a computer science major and is good at coding and will help me fix this if I cannot figure it out on my own. Thanks for all the hard work!

    1. That would be awesome. Thank you. It is so nice of you. I will send you the original file of the table by email. But the table is not completed yet. I will interview a few users and  take movie clips too but it might take a week. Is it ok with you? (: Thank you again. 

  6. <All the work tracks that Ewha Womans University Students Conducted.>

    www.chartle.net (Team Manager: Ashley Husk)

     

     
    1. Mina Yoo’s Work
     
    23th
    Oct
    Mina sent an email to Erin Kenny and got login ID for wiki.
    23th
    Oct
    Mina sent an email to Ashley Husk (team manager) and introduced herself.
    23th
    Oct
    Mina opened Facebook account and has been friends with Ashley Husk.
    24th
    Oct
    Mina sent an email to Ashley Husk and talked about 'how to communicate each other efficiently'.
    26th
    Oct
    Mina posted a comment on Chartle research page(wiki) about the advantages of chartle.net.
    27th
    Oct
    Mina posted a comment on Chartle research page (wiki) about history of chartle.net.
    2nd
    Nov
    Mina posted a comment on Chartle research page (wiki) about the application and who developed it.
    4th
    Nov
    Mina joined the group Chartle Web 2.0 Technology Group and introduced herself on Facebook group page.
    6th
    Nov
    Minahas been Facebook friends withDavid Wilson,Alexandra Rodriguez, Kathleen Yehle, Nick Brobst, Youjin Jung, and Yoon-hee Jeon.
    8th
    Nov
    Mina posted a comment on Chartle research page (wiki) about a variety of charts.
    10th
    Nov
    Mina posted a comment on Facebook Group page about the website - Web2Access.org.uk - which has a lot of information about Chartle.
    10th
    Nov
    Mina posted a list of Chartle users.
    11th
    Nov
    Mina made up the lists of Chartle.net users and sent the .doc (MS Word) file to Ashley Husk.
    12nd
    Nov
    Mina made up online survey questions for Korean students and sent it to Ashley Husk.
    19th
    Nov
    Mina sent the final draft of the survey questions to Ashley Husk by email.
    23th
    ~ 26th
    Nov
    Mina will conduct survey continuously, make lesson plans for secondary school students, and compare Chartle.net with other programs.




















    2. Yoon-hee Jeon’s Work

    24th

    Oct

    Yoon-hee sent an email to Erin Kenny and got login ID for wiki.

    24th

    Oct

    Yoon-hee sent an email to Ashley Husk (team manager) and introduced herself.

    29th

    Oct

    Yoon-hee sent an contact email again to Ashley Husk (team manager) and this time success.

    5th

    Nov

    Yoon-hee opened Facebook account.

    6th

    Nov

    Yoon-hee has been Facebook friends with Mina.

    6th

    Nov

    Yoon-hee joined the group Chartle Web 2.0 Technology Group and introduced herself on Facebook group.

    6th

    Nov

    Yoon-hee has been Facebook friends with Ashley Husk..

    7th

    Nov

    Yoon-hee has been Facebook friends with Alexandra Rodriguez, Kathleen Yehle, Youjin Jung.

    23th

    Nov

    Yoon-hee sent an email to Ashley

    23th

    Nov

    Yoon-hee made up interview questions for Korean students.

    20th
    ~ 26th

    Nov

    Yoon-hee will conduct survey continuously and do interview for Korean students.


    1. This table looks so weird, so I attatched PDF file. You will be able to find the file to click 'Attachments (9) ' - upside of this page.

  7. 3. You-jin Jung’s Work Tracks

     

    26th

    Oct

    You jjin joined the group Chartle Web 2.0 Technology Group.

    29th

    Oct

    You jin sent an email to Ashley Husk and introduced herself.

    30th

    Oct

    You jin sent an email to Ashley Husk (team manager).

    7th

    Nov

    You jin opened Facebook account.

    7th

    Nov

    You jin has been Facebook friends with Mina.

    8th

    Nov

    You jin has been Facebook friends with Ashley Husk, Yoon-hee.

    9th

    Nov

    You jin posted the chart done by Chartle.

    9th

    Nov

    You jin posted a notice about Chartle news.

    20th
    ~ 26th

    Nov

    You jin will conduct survey continuously and do interview for Korean students.

  8. I attatched Video files.
    You can find these to click 'Attachments' - upside of this page.