Survival Skills 101: Data-driven Visualizations

Event Location
Collaborative Learning Classroom (LL123)

Survival Skills 101: 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

Registration is recommended.  All exercises will be using whiteboard or paper and pencil, so a computer is not needed.

Survival Skills is a new beginner-level workshop collection for researchers presented by DAVIS @ OU Libraries, in coordination with the OU Digital Skills Hub. These workshops cover basic data and computing skills needed in all research fields. No prior experience needed (i.e., no prerequisites.)

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