Data visualizations are all around us and our students. And we incorporate data visualizations (e.g., graphs, maps, tables) into our teaching with data. But why do we visualize data in science? How can we create better visualizations? How do we develop our visualizations to tell a story with our data?
Join us each Wednesday as we dive into the world of data visualization and think about different aspects of creating more effective data visualizations.
This week’s topic is: Persuasion vs. Manipulation with Visualizations
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