How can we deal with data better? How can we teach kids to deal with data better? Sarah Morris from the nonprofit Nuclear Learning Network has some answers. She educates students and the general population on better data visualization, or dataviz, and how to use modern tools for dataviz.
Related to this episode:
• The Nucleus Learning Network: http://www.nucleuslearningnetwork.org/
• Art Science Gallery in Austin, TX: http://www.artsciencegallery.com/
• DataViz example at The Nucleus Learning Network: http://www.nucleuslearningnetwork.org/datavis/
• Social Explorer (mapping tool): http://www.socialexplorer.com/
• RAW (chart-building tool): http://rawgraphs.io/
• The Law & Order Database: https://www.overthinkingit.com/2012/11/13/the-law-and-order-database-all-20-seasons/
• Tips on using the Excel chart recommender: http://www.k2e.com/tech-update/tips/689-tips-using-recommended-charts-in-excel
• Periodic Table of Visualization: http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html
• Chart Juice: http://labs.juiceanalytics.com/chartchooser/index.html
• The Guardian data visualization: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/data-visualisation
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