- This Webinar was originally broadcast on:
- March 25, 2009 Enroll Now
- Picture This: Interactive Data Visualization
- Originally Broadcast On:
- March 25, 2009
- Time Estimate:
- One hour
This Webinar is $9.95 for members of ONA. For registration instructions and the ONA member promotion code, visit the Discounts page.
In this virtual classroom, participants can join in a seminar led by Poynter faculty and visiting faculty. This screencast includes live audio and a slideshow presentation in which participants can post questions and respond to poll questions posed by the host.
Data visualization has historically been accessible only to the elite in academia, business and government. It is serious technology done by experts for experts. But in recent years, Web-based visualizations -- ranging from political art projects to news stories -- have reached audiences of millions.
But, in this Webinar, originally broadcast March 25, 2009, you'll learn that anyone can create interactive visualizations and carry on conversations using simple Web-based tools. This type of social data analysis lets you engage with public data through discussion and collaboration.
What Will I Learn:
In this one-hour Webinar, research scientists from IBM’s Visual Communication Lab will:
- Introduce the concept of data visualization
- Show how interactive visualizations can make numbers come alive and empower readers
- Look at some of the online tools and companies that can help journalists and others present information online
Who Should Take this Course:
This course is for anyone who has ever struggled with how to make data visually appealing on the Web.
Fernanda B. Viégas is a research scientist and computational designer whose work focuses on the social, collaborative, and artistic aspects of information visualization.
Martin Wattenberg, a computer scientist and artist, is the founding manager of IBM’s Visual Communication Lab.
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