Virtual Middlebury

Closed to the Public

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Creating high-quality, effective data visualizations is a skill that involves more than learning how to write code in Python, R, or other languages. In this workshop, we will discuss some principles of visual perception and give suggestions for how to design data visualizations that are effective, accurate, and attractive. We will also discuss how to make your data visualizations more accessible, considering ideas like color-blind-friendly visualizations, text descriptions of visualizations, and providing access to underlying data.

Please click here to learn more and to register for this workshop.

Sponsored by:
College Libraries

Contact Organizer

Kemp, Jonathan
(802) 443-2265