A conversation about chart wizards between @mhawksey @psychemedia and @everythingabili (from 2015)
Is there a site that steps you through making custom google charts from published Google Sheet data? #ddj @psychemedia — Martin Hawksey (@mhawksey) April 22, 2015 @mhawksey no idea – i try not to use google app tools wherever possible 😉 — Tony Hirst (@psychemedia) April 22, 2015 @mhawksey Erm… thinks – what do you […]
[Presentation] Dabbling with Data Visualisation
In this presentation I will demonstrate simple techniques for generating data visualisations: using tools (including MS Excel and Google Spreadsheets), drawing packages (including Illustrator and Inkscape) and software libraries (including d3.js and timeline.js). As part of this participants will be introduced to basic visual theories and the concepts of exploratory and explanatory analytics. The presentation will also highlight some of the skills required for discovering and reshaping data sources.
Jorum has a beta dashboard and API for OER stats and is looking for your feedback
Jorum has a Dashboard Beta (for exposing usage and other stats about OER in Jorum) up for the community to have a play with: we would like to get your feedback! Here are two possible usecases I can think of, what do you think?
The story data tells us about #CitizenRelay
Originally posted on CitizenRelay Telling stories with data is a growing area for journalism and there is already a strong community around Data Driven Journalism (DDJ). I’m not journalist, by day I’m a Learning Technology Advisor for JISC CETIS, but my role does allow me to explore how data can be used within education. Often […]
#IWMW12 Data Visualisation Plenary/Workshop Resources
On Tuesday 19th June I’ll be presenting at the Institutional Web Manager Workshop (IWMW) in Edinburgh … twice! Tony Hirst and I are continuing our tour, which started at the JISC CETIS Conference 2012, before hitting the stage at GEUG12. For IWMW12 we are doing a plenary and workshop around data visualisation (the plenary being […]