December 9, 2020 10:30:00 GMT-0800
Seeing the Data Around Us
Visualization is a powerful tool for describing and understanding information. You're probably used to seeing these kinds of visuals accompanying news stories, or as part of tools that you use at work, or to keep track of personal information like your finances or health. It's easy to focus on the massive scale of a dataset or the dramatic quality of spectacular design, but data visualization as a process begins much more simply by asking questions, observing, and thinking critically. This session will discuss that process from start to finish: beginning with data collection, moving on to analysis and sketching, and finally creating the visualization itself.
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