Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 12:00-1:00 Mountain
As libraries become increasingly data-driven the need for useable data also expands. The process of determining what data is needed to answer a question and translating that into actionable information is complicated and has many potential pitfalls. Learn how Sno-Isle Libraries and Mid-Continent Public Library are navigating this process to create and share visualizations to inform decisions. Attendees will learn best practices for the process of turning raw data into visualizations and how to tailor them for their intended audience.
Presenters: Katina Jones, Statistical Research Analyst at Mid-Continent Public Library and Lindsay Hanson, Data Analysis Librarian at Sno-Isle Libraries
You do not need to register for this free webinar. It will be recorded and the archive will be available afterward at ripl.lrs.org/webinars.
Audio will be via VOIP. You can listen to the webinar with a USB headset or your computer speakers.
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For more information, visit: https://ripl.lrs.org/blog/webinar/data-visualizations-for-decision-making/.
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