Introduction to Data Visualization Workshop - Friday, April 12

Data visualizations are crucial to data exploration. In particular, when one is attempting to identify unanticipated patterns or relationships within complex data. In this seminar, we will cover the use and pitfalls behind boxplots and histograms. Next, quantile plots will be introduced to address the challenges of boxplots and histograms. Finally, eikosograms will be introduced as a method for visualizing categorical data. Time permitting, we will glimpse into transformations of data in order to meet model assumptions.

Date: Friday, April 12

Time: 1:30pm – 3:00pm

​Location: M3 3103

If you can no longer attend, please email sassccru@uwaterloo.ca to inform us to make space for those on the waiting list.

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