JOIN us for the third in a four part data visualization series entitled:
Seeing the Story in the Data
A well thought out and designed visualization can convey meaning and deep insight into vast amounts of data. In this four part lecture series, data visualization researchers and experts will discuss visualizations from different disciplines and highlight choices made to find the “so what”.
This series is a part of the Data and Computational Science Series.
Our next Speaker is Frank Elavsky from Carnegie Mellon University. The talk is entitled Dat Visualization Accessilibilty and will focus on making data visualizations accessible to all users especially people with disabilities.
Title: The Role of Data Visualization in Science and Computational Science
Date: September 1, 2022
Time: 9:30 pm – 11:00 am EST
Venue: The Visualization Lab in GMP Library (240H Braunstein Hall)
Registration: link to faculty one stop
This free event is hosted by UC Libraries Research and Data Serivces and the Office of Research – Research Computing and Data and funded by the Office of the Provost Universal Provider Grant and is open to all.