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Creating an Interactive Web Map with Carto

Maps are just a particular type of data visualization. Like graphs and charts, maps are good ways to learn about patterns and tendencies in your data, and later, to present the results of your research. Interactive web maps can also allow your users to drill deeper, and explore your data for themselves. In this workshop, you will learn how to create interactive web maps with a tool called Carto, which you can use for free with your Cornell netID. 

Part of the Working with Data Workshop Series

This series will take learners through the process of finding, processing, analyzing, and visualizing a single dataset from beginning to end. However, each individual workshop also stands on its own without prerequisites. Attend one, or attend them all!

Thursday, October 18, 2018
4:30pm - 5:30pm
Digital CoLab 701
Olin Library
Data and GIS
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Event Organizer

Eliza Bettinger
Rob Kotaska