University of Vermont

Center for Teaching and Learning

Visualizing, Presenting, and Analyzing Tabular Data

Tuesday, March 28 2017
@ 4:00 PM- 5:30 PM

Have you been browsing the internet, looking at wonderful interactive dashboards that make large amounts of tabular data accessible and interactive and wondered, “how can I do that?” This workshop will introduce you to Tableau, an easy to use data visualization software package that you can incorporate into your teaching and research. We will also introduce JMP, a family of statistical discovery tools that are visual, interactive, comprehensive, and extensible. You learn the process of building data visualization dashboards and sharing these dashboards on the web.

This workshop is one in a series hosted by the Digital Scholars Lab (DSL). The DSL is a new project, led by Meghan Cope (Geography), Melanie Gustafson (History), and Abby McGowan (History, CAS Dean’s office) bringing together faculty from the humanities and social sciences to build skills and create teaching assignments based on new visualization tools.

The DSL public workshops this semester, open to all faculty, will introduce a range of relatively easy-to-teach visualization technologies for classroom and research use.

Event details:

  • Contact: Meghan Cope, Meghan.Cope@uvm.edu, +1 802-656-8844
  • Facilitated By: Jarlath Dunne; O'Neil; O'Neil-Dunne, Transportation Research Ctr; Rubenstein Sch Env & Nat Res
    Alan Howard, Bailey Howe-Access & Tech Svcs; Mathematics & Statistics
  • Location: CTL, Bailey/Howe 303
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