PNR Rendezvous: Tips and Tricks for Learning Data Visualization
Data visualization in the health sciences can help reveal insights and trends that might otherwise go unnoticed. A clear visualization can convey more information than an endless spreadsheet. However, learning new tools can be challenging, especially if it's your first time tackling a subject. Data visualization tools, in particular, can have high learning curves and it is easy to get overwhelmed with all of the resources and tutorials available. This PNR Rendezvous session will discuss tips and tricks for learning data visualization. The tools we will be focusing on are Tableau and ArcGIS.
- Negeen Aghassibake, Data Visualization Librarian at the University of Washington Health Sciences Library and the NNLM Evaluation Office (NEO) where she specializes in data management, visualization, and literacy
- Paul Ludecke, Senior Computing Specialist, University of Washington Health Sciences Library
- Maddie Romansic, Program Coordinator, NNLM PNR
- Hendeke Araya, Assistant to the Dean and Director, University of Washington Health Sciences Library
Apr 17, 2019
1:00PM - 2:00PM PT
PNR Rendezvous is a webinar series presented by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Pacific Northwest Region. Each session focuses on various topics such as health, research, resources, librarianship, and technology for attendees to incorporate into their work.
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