Common Online Data
Analysis Platform (CODAP)

Open-source software for dynamic data exploration
For Educators For Developers

CODAP is free educational software for data analysis. This web-based data science tool is designed as a platform for developers and as an application for students in grades 6-14.

CODAP is easy to use and runs in your web browser. CODAP is (and always will be) free. Share your data with others and bring it to life!

Get the Code
Learn how to create your own plugin in CODAP. Explore our open-source GitHub repository and start incorporating it into your work today.

Sample CODAP Datasets
Browse free CODAP example documents. We’ve curated datasets for first-time users. Explore to find classroom activities and other downloadable resources.

Drop in Data Seamlessly

Just drag a CSV or TXT file into CODAP, and the data appears! Or embed a simulation or game that generates data by dragging in a URL.

Explore Data in CODAPExplore Data with Ease

Default graphs scatter data points randomly until you organize them. Drag data from tables to assign horizontal and vertical axes easily.

Uncover Patterns in Data Using CODAPUncover Patterns and Connections

Representations link dynamically across tables, graphs, and maps. Select an item on a table, create a graph, and it’s automatically selected in all the other representations.

Fathom and TinkerPlotsData Analysis Software Built for Education

Designed with learning in mind, CODAP continues the legacy of the award-winning statistical software packages Fathom and TinkerPlots. In the process, it builds on a decades-long legacy of research into interactive environments that encourage exploration, play, and puzzlement. CODAP is about exploring and learning from data from any content area—from math and science to social studies or physical education!

Open Source

CODAP is (and always will be) free and open source. CODAP is data science software built for education by experienced learning scientists and open source software developers, and funded by grants from the National Science Foundation.