Intro to Data Visualization and Tableau
October 28 at 1:30pm-3:30pm in Kline Biology Tower, C27 (Computer classroom in the Center for Science and Social Science Information)
This workshop will familiarize you with key issues in data visualization. In addition to covering the fundamental principles behind effective visualizations, we will also touch on common pitfalls that result in confusing or misleading graphics. During the workshop, participants will gain hands-on experience using Tableau — interactive, data visualization software — to produce dynamic, compelling visualizations for all kinds of data.
Space is limited for the workshop; to register, please visit the YUL Instruction Calendar. Lab computers and sample data will be available for use.
All students, faculty, and staff are welcome to register!
About the instructors:
Catherine DeRose - Engagement and Outreach Manager in the Digital Humanities Lab
Joshua Dull - Research Data Support Specialist in the Center for Science and Social Science Information
Sarah Tudesco - Assessment Librarian for Program Development and Research