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Module 3A: Analyze and Visualize with Charts

April 1 at 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Charts are a powerful tool for analyzing and communicating information through tables, graphs or diagrams. This workshop provides you with the skills you need to get the most value from charts. Hands-on activities show you how to apply several types of charts for static and interactive data visualizations.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This workshop should be taken by anyone interested in interpreting and visualizing data to address a research question or communicate data findings. Even if you already know how to make charts, this workshop can improve your ability to design charts that can do the best job of depicting your data.

WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?

  • The fundamentals: what to think about before making a chart
  • Principles for choosing and designing a chart
  • How to create static data visualizations with Microsoft Excel and a demonstration of other interactive visualization tools such as Datawrapper

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE TO HAVE BEFORE ATTENDING

No prior knowledge is required, but you may find it useful to attend the Module 1A: Framing the Problem workshop prior to this one. In that workshop you learn how to frame problems so that you have specific and measurable questions that can help you meet your goals. You may also want to consider attending the Module 2A: Finding Existing Data workshop which explores where to find existing data and how to choose the right data source for answering your questions.

Organizer

Ally Scott
Email
scott17@iu.edu

Venue

Online
IN United States + Google Map

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