Working group on data visualisation: good and bad practices in data vis

26 September 2017, 1.00 PM - 26 September 2017, 2.00 PM

Beacon House, Seminar room, Clifton, BS8 1SE

We’d like to invite you to the first bring-your-own-lunch meeting of a UoB data visualisation working group on September 26th, 13:00 - 14:00 in the seminar room at Beacon House.

Given we are limited in space, we kindly ask you to sign up via Eventbrite (please click here).

In this meeting we will focus on good and bad practices in data visualisation. "Data visualisation" in this group is focussed on representing large scale data in interesting and innovative ways: i.e. more than just a graph! There will also be time scheduled to identify the future directions and needs of the group, and we hope to get an idea of who may be willing to lead one or more sessions (but you are also more than welcome to attend if you are not comfortable/willing to lead a session).

This session will be led by Harriet Mills and Bobby Stuijfzand and we are currently collecting materials (i.e. good and bad visualisations) as input for discussion during the meeting. If you are aware of any good (or bad!) data visualisations, please do email them to bg.stuijfzand@bristol.ac.uk

The working group is supported by JGI.

Contact information

bg.stuijfzand@bristol.ac.uk

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