During the “Create & Iterate Data Visualizations” workshop in the Data Literacy Series, we think through the multiple different kinds of ways to visualize data and how the kind of data we have and the questions we are asking determine what kind of visualization we should use to graph the data. We discuss different ways and iterations of using graphs to help with the exploration, interpretation, and comprehension of the data.
Resources from workshops:
How can I use graphs to explore the data?
- Evolution of Glider Data Figure (other resources: slidedeck & data figures: MLD&Temp_AllData, MLD&Temp_WithoutYearCombinedMLDTemp_AllData, CombinedMLDTemp_DailyAverage, CombinedMLDTemp_DailyAvgSD
- Development of Predator-Prey Relationships Over Time Visualizations
Which is the best graph to use?
How can my students make these graphs?