People hear statistics, but they feel stories*
From the 10th to 14th February, QUT Library is celebrating the value and importance of research data. During 2020’s Love Data Week, we are adopting the theme of ‘data storytelling’.
QUT is celebrating the art of Data Storytelling that uses techniques, visualisation tools and narratives to bring together the story of your research.
Data storytelling is a new way of communicating and presenting your research data and translate your data to knowledge that a wider audience will remember. It can vastly improve the impact of your research output.
There is a range of activities available to you during Love Data Week:
Amanda Miotto (eResearch – Digital Solutions Griffith University)
Hear about data visualisation software and tools
Alice Miller (Digital Observatory QUT)
Visualising a reply network of tweets from the Australian Twittersphere on AFL Grand Final night
Tuesday 11 February 2020, 10 – 11 am, Gardens Point P 405
Drop in and get support with your data visualisation or other data related enquiries
- Wednesday 12 February 2 – 3pm Kelvin Grove Beadles
- Thursday 13 February 2 –3 pm Gardens Point Pantry
No registration required
Network Know-how & Data Handling “Train the Trainer” (session 1)
Jupyter Notebooks training for beginners (session 2)
Friday 14 February 2020, 9 – 5pm, Gardens Point P 405
Session 1: 9 am – 1 pm
Session 2: 2 pm – 5 pm
You can register for just one event and provide your details sending to firstname.lastname@example.org