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Unit 9: Visual Data
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Recognising that numbers, text, images, sounds, animations and videos are all forms of data when stored or viewed using a digital system
Using a table to reorganise information that includes sentences, and/or words, and/or numbers and/or images
Recognising representations of different types of data such as waves for sound
Exploring codes and symbols that are representations of data, for example morse code and semaphore and how similar symbols in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art can represent different concepts depending on the context, for example three circles, drawn as lines, can represent ants, fruit, flowers or eggs depending on the art region.