I’ll be talking (and videoing) at the RSS on 11 March. This is in part a re-run of the highly popular dataviz session at the conference last September, though not every speaker could make it, so I’m also giving an overview. You can expect an introduction to interactive online graphics for people more familiar with stats software, and advice on how to get started making your own.
Tuesday 11 March 2014, 02:00pm – 05:00pm
Location Royal Statistical Society, 12 Errol Street, London, EC1Y 8LX
2pm Urska Demsar (St. Andrew’s) Bringing together geovisualisation, time geography and computational ecology: using space-time density of trajectories to visualise dynamics in animal space use over time
2:40pm Duncan Smith (LSE) An Urban Renaissance Achieved? Visualising Urban Form, Dynamics and Sustainability
3:50pm Robert Grant (St. George’s) Pretty persuasion: visualisation trends and tools from a statistician’s viewpoint
4:30pm Discussion: “The role of Statisticians in data visualisation research”
Booking with payment required – please book using the relevant booking form.
£20 RSS Student & Retired Fellows
£22 RSS CStats & GradStats
£25 RSS Fellows
£35 RSS section & student members
£45 None of the above