Wednesday, May 3rd and Wednesday, May 10th from 6:30 to 7:30pm at UCSF
Data analytics are powerful, but only if you can communicate them well. How can you use charts, graphs and design elements to explain trends? How can you present information in way that is easy to comprehend and intuitive to navigate? Join us for a two-part workshop session to understand the theory of data visualization and examine what makes for good visualization.
Conducted by David Conant, Ph.D. candidate at UCSF, this workshop series will be a great opportunity for beginners and experts alike to learn how to visualize complex data sets and present them effectively to the larger community!