This is a Sankey visualization for displaying various paths students take as they complete courses in a major.
Before generating the visualization, please choose from one of the following options:
After you have loaded the data, you may interact with the data in the following ways:
Filter by graduating year
Filter by grade level
Group students by AP credits or term courses
Filter AP groups or courses
Funnel multiple groups into a course
Sort groups by average GPA
Hide group labels
Select group and link sizes by ranges
Choose a graduation year. Graduation year is calculated by identifying when a student took EG10111 and adding four years.
Select grade levels that match the graduation years chosen.
Group students by those that took the same AP courses, math AP courses, or science AP courses, or by all the courses they took in a single term.
Filter AP Groups
Filter groups of students (for "All AP Courses", "Math AP Courses", and "Science AP Courses" only).
Filter courses. Must choose more than one course to create groups of students (nodes) and the links between those groups. The correct grade levels must be chosen for certain courses as well (Fr, So, Jr, Sr).
Funnel existing student groups into a single course.
Display groups only up to the funnel course. Does not work when grouping students using "Courses by Term".
Sort Groups by GPA
Stack groups of students vertically along each column of the Sankey diagram by their average GPA.
Hide the labels of groups of students, which are displayed as nodes.
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Display nodes that contain numbers of students in the chosen range.
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Display links that contain numbers of students in the chosen range.