Fiscal, Demographic, and Performance Data on California’s K-12 Schools

First time here?

  • County
  • District
  • School
  • .
  • Article

Using and Sharing Ed Data Graphs

There are many ways you can view and share the data and information you find on Ed-Data. Learn how to "drill in" for subgroup data, copy or print graphs and more.

Other

The graphs on the Ed-Data website hold a wealth of hidden information that you can easily access with a few clicks. You can also copy or print graphs, share them on social media, email a link to a specific graph, or download the data into Excel. This article explains how you can get the most out of the Ed-Data website so that you can find and share information about your school, district, county, or California with others.

What You Can Do with Ed-Data Graphs

On any Ed-Data graph, you are just a click away from seeing the table of numbers for that graph. Many graphs enable you to toggle between viewing counts or percentages and, where available, you can "drill in" to view data by subgroup such as race/ethnicity, gender, and socioeconomic status. You can even filter out data elements to focus the graph on the data you want to see. The picture below shows how to get to the different levels of data:

 Graph showing how to expand and view different elements

 

Ed-Data invites you to use and share Ed-Data graphs under the Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivatives 4.0 International License. To learn more about how to share, print, email, copy, and save Ed-Data graphs and how to export the data into an Excel spreadsheet, please scroll down. To learn more about the Creative Commons Attribution-No Derivatives 4.0 International License, read the Ed-Data Terms of Service.

The Share Icon and Menu

Start sharing by clicking on this icon on any graph 
Share the graph or use system tools
 
You'll see all of your sharing options in this wheel
Expanded share menu
 

What Can Be Done

Share graphs on social media

Click on the Pinterest, Twitter, Google+ or Facebook icons to share the graph via any of those social media sites.

Share the graph to social networks
 

Generate a link to the graph

Use this icon to get a link to the graph. Once you have the link, you can save it, email it, or embed it into a document or presentation.

Share using the Link button
 

Embed an image of the graph into your code

Use this icon to embed the image of this graph into your html code.

Embed an image of the graph
 

Print a graph

Use this icon to print a graph.

Print a graph
 

Email a graph

Use this icon to email a graph to someone.

Email a link to the graph
 

Copy a graph

Use this icon to copy a graph so you can paste it into a document or presentation. Note that the quality of the copy will be better in browsers other than Internet Explorer (IE). Graphs saved via IE will be slightly blurry.

Copy the graph
 

Save a graph

Use this icon to save a copy of a graph.

Save a copy of the graph
 

Export the data to Excel

Use this icon to export the graph's data to Excel.

Export the graph to Excel

The Ed-Data partners hope the Ed-Data sharing functionality stimulates helpful conversations about data. We'd love to hear from you about how you've used this functionality. Please use the Contact tab in the footer to share your experiences.

Want to view data for multiple schools or districts at once? Check out our powerful comparison tools!