A Selection of Visualization Resources, as Curated by Alison in September 2014

 

A Selection of Visualization Resources, as Curated by Alison in September 2014

From time to time I am asked to speak about the process of visualization, especially in the context of humanities research. Each time I set about doing this, I look over my list of resources on this topic and curate a list of them. The list does not change dramatically over time, but it does vary. Below is the list of projects, resources and tools that I presented in September 2014 here at Pitt:

Projects and Resources

Tools of Note for Humanists

These are a smattering of different types of packages...investigate for yourself! Fool around with them and see what happens.That's often the best way to learn.

And, please don't forget about Excel and Numbers. They can often be your first, best path. If, for example, what you want to display adds up to 100%, please consider the benefits that a pie chart has to offer...

Categories: 
  • Visual Knowledge
  • Faculty Work
  • VMW

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