You might notice this page is getting souped up. There's going to be capacity for a third variable, plus better linking with the rest of the site. In the meantime, everything should function as normal. If not, let me know.
Want some data that look a certain way or have certain stats, but don't have the time to look for a suitable data set or write a program to simulate it? Just click in the scatter plot below to add points. When you're happy, you can copy and paste the table, or save it to a .csv file. You can change the variable names and ranges and click "Reset Chart" to start again.
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Indispensible — Nathan Yau
Fantastic — Alberto Cairo
the Swiss Army Knife for undergrad statistics classes — Michael Anderson
Observational epidemiologists! Social psychologists! Cut out the middle man, don't bother collecting data, use this — Ben Goldacre