This is a group for individuals interested in data visualisation, where members can skill-share, discuss data visualisation topics and highlight great examples.
The current format is an (almost) monthly meeting, either a scheduled speaker, tutorial or a more informal discussion session. “Data visualisation” in this group is focused on representing large scale data in interesting and innovative ways: more than just a graph!
7th February 2023 – Data viz as analysis tool – software visualisations of group energy shifts from qualitative data
In our first session of 2023, we welcome Hen Wilkinson, Research Fellow at the University of Bristol. She will lead an interactive session presenting how data viz was used to analyse shifts in energy during group discussion, and what we can learn to help with our own data visualisation. Tuesday 7th February, 3-4pmRoom G.11, Fry […]
In our next session Allee Tanner from the Jean Golding Institute will introduce us to Streamlit, a Python library that can quickly turn your scripts into web frontends and dashboards.
We’re thrilled to announce a new series of DataViz talks for the start of the 2022/23 academic year! As ever, our events our open to everyone and you do not need to be a member of the University of Bristol. We start with an in-person talk (remote option available) from Duncan Bradley on the Cognitive Processing of Magnitude In Data Visualisations.