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Datavis/Infographics­ Study Group

This session will continue some of the ideas we played with in last month's study group: How can we represent time? Causality? Changes that happen on related yet different time scales? Come on down and add your ideas to the mix.


Bring either one of these or both:

1) Data visualizations that represent historical data, especially if they show how relationships change over time and imply causality, correlation or some other type of relationship.

2) Data that has time as one its variables. Let's see what kind of data visualizations we can come up with :-)

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  • David P.

    Hi Leah, so sorry to have missed. I have a terrible attendance record lately! Will look thru the slidedecks, and look forward to the next time! Thank you--all.

    December 11, 2013

  • Danica

    I am going to be late, as per last time, since I am coming from Olympia.

    December 11, 2013

  • Anthony B.

    Can't make it this month. Family obligations... Hope to make it next month.

    December 10, 2013

  • Ron S.

    Looking forward to this meeting!

    November 6, 2013

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