# Funny graphs - from GraphJam

By Murray Bourne, 31 Jan 2011

GraphJam uses pie charts, histograms and Venn diagrams to give us some really funny insights into the human condition.

Here is a sampling of their more family-friendly graphs:

What GraphJam is doing in these graphs could be a great concept for a class project in statistics - to encourage students to be creative (almost always missing in math classes), have fun making others laugh, and learn something about expressing statistics in a visual way.

I'll feature some more of these graphs in a later article.

Disclaimer: GraphJam is not always a family-friendly site. With that in mind, here is their link: Graphjam.

### 3 Comments on “Funny graphs - from GraphJam”

1. ritesh says:

interesting graphs.good way to love math

2. Anil says:

So simple yet true.Did make it look interesting for even those who hate Maths.

3. Funny graphs « garysmathsblog says:

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