I’m leading a four-part webinar series this August and September 2015 in partnership with Data Analysts for Social Good. In this fourth and final webinar, I’ll teach you about lesser-known charting secrets within Excel, like Change Chart Type, Switch Row/Column, and Reducing Gap Width. Then we’ll dive into advanced chart construction to build graphs that aren’t traditionally available within Excel, like small multiples layouts, slope graphs, and dot plots.
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I’m leading a four-part webinar series this August and September 2015 in partnership with Data Analysts for Social Good. In the third webinar, we’ll discuss best practices like reducing clutter, labeling your data points, and selecting a color palette. We’ll also pause a few times during the webinar for hands-on practice within Microsoft Excel. For example, after we discuss text legibility, you’ll transform hard-to-read diagonal text into easier-to-read horizontal text.
I’m leading a four-part webinar series this August and September 2015 in partnership with Data Analysts for Social Good. One of the first steps in the data visualization process is to select an appropriate chart type for your dataset. Do you feel like you’ve exhausted the typical charts like bar charts and line charts? If so, this chart-choosing webinar is for you! We’ll discuss pros, cons, and tools for creating more than 30 different styles of charts.
Encore! In May, I taught a workshop at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in Research Triangle Park, NC. In August, I’m returning to give another workshop for the National Toxicology Program (NTP) Division. NTP is dedicated to testing and evaluating substances in the environment.
I’m leading a four-part webinar series this August and September 2015 in partnership with Data Analysts for Social Good. New to data visualization? Start here! You’ll learn data visualization is, how it works, and key players and trends in the field. Then we’ll walk through a step-by-step design process so you can apply the critical thinking skills to your own projects.
I’m leading a pre-conference workshop on data visualization at the National Hemophilia Foundation’s 2015 Annual Meeting.
On July 30, I’m teaching a data visualization session at Ingenuity’s Data Institute in Chicago, IL. Ingenuity serves as Chicago’s single hub of information, advocacy, strategy, and partnerships. Founded through city-wide collaboration, Ingenuity works in tandem with the CPS Department of Arts Education, certified teachers, Chicago’s arts and cultural community, parents, students and others to ensure excellence in art education for every student in Chicago Public Schools.
I’m speaking at the Canadian Visual Analytics School (CANVAS) 3-day training institute in Toronto. Attending CANVAS 2015? Let’s meet up!