Survival Skills: Concepts in Data-Driven Visualizations
Data-Driven Visualizations is a concept-based overview of visualization better practices. Know when different types of graphs are appropriate; make color choices to maximize legibility; and learn about considerations for graphs for manuscripts vs presentations.
By the end of Data-Driven Visualizations, you should be able to:
choose a sentence, table, or graph based on your question and data types
maximize data portrayed with minimal time, ink, and space
present your data with clarity and accessibility
Survival Skills is a beginner-level workshop collection for researchers presented by University Libraries [libraries.ou.edu]. These workshops cover basic data and computing skills needed in all research fields. No prior experience needed (i.e., no prerequisites.)
Registration is required. Specific software is not needed.
Questions? Contact Mark Laufersweiler, email@example.com.
- Tuesday, February 14, 2023
- 10:00am - 11:00am
- LL 123 Classroom
- Bizzell Memorial Library
- Research Workshops—OU Libraries