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Workshop on Visual Communication of Research and Data

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr A. Zabala.

This will be a workshop with experts on visual communication of research and data from Vizzuality (the team that developed the interface for the Global Forest Watch, among others).

You can bring your research question, results or data, including spatial data. You will briefly present your visual design challenge and after, participants will be divided in teams to craft ideas for solutions, and to discuss the pathway for implementation. A visual design challenge can be any research related visualization that you would like to discuss, for example, how to display a large dataset over an interactive map, or how to synthesise complex data into a succinct and informative display.

You can also attend even if you don’t bring your own research question or data, in which case you will participate in the discussion of solutions to the challenges brought by other researchers.

Places for the workshop are limited to 15 attendees. To apply for a place, please fill in the form in the link below by Tuesday 7 June 9pm. We will use this information to invite 15 of you to attend, and we will operate a waiting list system. The session is mainly addressed to early-career researchers (postdocs) in the Social Sciences and Humanities. If you are not in this group but you would like to attend, please fill in the form and we will contact you if places become available. If you have any questions, please email az296@cam.ac.uk.

Apply to attend the workshop here: https://goo.gl/qGc847

This talk is part of the Data Visualization Series 2016 series.

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