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Data Visualization: Introduction to Tableau

In this workshop you will learn about Tableau, an interactive data visualization software used to produce dynamic, compelling visualizations for all kinds of data. This is a hands-on workshop in which participants will learn Tableau by exploring a data set of their choosing and designing their own visualizations to communicate their findings.

Presented by Amelia Kallaher, Applied Social Science Librarian at the Albert R. Mann Library and consultant for Cornell's Research Data Management Service Group (RDMSG). Assistant presenter: James (Jimmy) McKee, Makerspace Operations Manager at the Albert R. Mann Library.

Full-time students at Cornell University are eligible for a free one-year Tableau Desktop Professional license through the Tableau for Students program. To request a free one-year license, please complete the online form at the vendor's site through the link below. Students can renew their license each year they remain a full-time student

Tableau for Students: www.tableau.com/academic/students


This workshop will be taught twice. Register for the April 15th workshop here.

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
12:30pm - 2:00pm
Mann Library
Data and GIS
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Amelia Kallaher