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#ResearchProTips - Past Library Workshops: Beautiful Charts & Graphs

Library Drop-In Workshops Offered in the Past - Useful Notes and Links


1. Simplify your data presentation.

Less is more. Only include data relevant to your argument.

2. You don't need to be a designer or programmer to generate visualizations.

There are dozens of data visualization tools available. Explore our provided examples to start your project. It's likely that one will fit your needs.

3. Pay attention to the data visualization trends in your disciplines.

Every discipline has a different expectation for data visualization. Consult with your advisor on seeking discipline-specific advice.

Data Visualization tools


Beautiful Charts & Graphs:

Intro to Data Visualization

Presentation from Google

Examples of Data Visualization


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