- Introduction to R: Data Transformations, Analysis, and Data Structure,
- Introduction to ArcGIS
- Designing Academic Figures and Posters
- Making Data Visual
- Visualizing Qualitative Data
- Advanced Tableau
- Adobe Illustrator for Diagrams and Visualizations
- Introduction to Stata
- and more…
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Data Visualization Fellowship Collaboration Between Duke Libraries and the Master in Interdisciplinary Data Science
- provide data visualization consultations for the Libraries’ Data and Visualization Services in the Fall 2019 semester
- serve as teaching assistants in the MIDS data visualization course in the Spring 2020 semester
- provide data visualization consultations for MIDS Capstone projects in the Spring 2020 semester
Following successful completion of the training, students will be compensated for the time they spend consulting or serving as a TA using hourly rates approved by their home department or, if this is consistent with their and their department’s needs, through a TA-ship. In addition, MIDS will:
- fund travel to one data visualization conference
- provide additional funding for travel to one data visualization conference per additional year served as a TA/consultant (i.e., the first additional such funding will become available to the student after spring semester, 2020)
The training curriculum will focus on core visualization tools in use at Duke such as Tableau, R, and Python, but the training team will support students who are interested in learning other tools and methodologies as well. We will give preference to training students who have a specific data visualization project they are motivated to complete, ideally related to their graduate/dissertation work, but all current PhD students are eligible.
To apply, please send your CV to Alexandra Cooper (email@example.com). In addition, please send a cover letter describing why you want to train in data visualization, what kind of data visualization experience you currently have, and the depth of your data analysis, modeling, and wrangling skills. Applications are due by March 1st, but will be considered on a rolling basis. Please send questions to Joel Herndon (firstname.lastname@example.org
Duke Data & Visualization Services has an exciting semester of data events planned. See the links that follow for further details and registration information.
DVS Workshop Series – January 2019
- Jan 22 – Rfun: Introduction to R (Welcome to the Tidyverse!)
- Jan 23 – Data Management 101 for Social Scientists
- Jan 24 – Introduction to ArcGIS Pro
- Jan 25 – Rfun: Visualization in R Using ggplot2
- Jan 29 – Rfun: Mapping with R
- Jan 30 – Open Science: General Principles and Practices
- Jan 31 – Web Mapping
Connect with Data and Visualization Services
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- Data and Visualization Workshop Series – twenty-five workshops designed to reflect data driven research at Duke
- Rfun Workshop Workshops – workshops focused on using the R programming language for research
- Open Science Framework @ Duke – a new service designed to speed research collaboration and sharing
- Research Data Management Consulting and Support – get the support you need to collaborate, manage, and share your data
- Visualization Friday Forum – a weekly event showcasing visualization research at Duke
- RA Positions Available – DVS is seeks to hire two graduate research positions as part of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation funded Humanities Unbounded grant.
Join Duke Libraries Data and Visualization Services (DVS) for a workshop, a data consultation, or visit us in the Edge at the Brandaleone Lab for Data and Visualization Services.
New Events, Services, and Workshops
- Data and Visualization Spring 2018 Workshop Series – Twenty-four workshops designed to empower digital research at Duke.
- New Workstations in the Brandaleone Lab – Brandaleone lab will be upgraded with twelve new machines with 32 GB of RAM and a terabyte of fast, scratch storage, mid-January 2018!
- Research Data Management Consulting and Support – Get the advice that you need to effectively collaborate, manage, and share your research data.
- Visualization Friday Forum – a weekly event showcasing visualization research at Duke.
Questions? E-mail email@example.com
Interested in learning ArcGIS, Stata, R, Designing Infographics, Easy Charts & Maps with Tableau and more…Check out the Fall 2017 Data and Visualization Workshop Series. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Spring (starting January 26) the Data & Visualization Services Department will host a series of campus/community-oriented, informal sessions on the R programming language with the goal of providing a friendly environment for exploring the extensible capabilities of the R software environment. Beginner’s are welcome, experts will be encouraged to share topical expertise. Sessions will be held most Thursdays at noon in the Edge (Murthy Digital Studio), first floor Bostock Library. Bring your lunch (or not); cookies and juice will be provided. Details are available on github.
Data and Visualization Services also hosts a wide range of workshops covering basic data skills to data visualization as well as topics for different interests and skill levels. Upcoming workshops include:
- Graphic Design for Effective Diagrams
- Introduction to Stata
- Web Scraping, Gathering Webpage data parsing, and API’s
- Data Visualization with Excel
- and more…
Stephanie Evergreen will be visiting Duke on the morning of Monday, May 16 to teach a half-day visualization workshop. This workshop will be co-sponsored by the Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) and the Duke Digital Initiative (DDI) and will be targeted to teaching faculty (at Duke) who are considering incorporating visualizations into courses.
The workshop will cover basic visualization design techniques. It will not presume any pre-existing knowledge of visualization, and faculty do not need to have concrete ideas for how to use visualization in their courses in order to attend. For a few ideas on how visualizations might be incorporated into courses, see the visualization section of the recent DDI Call for Proposals.
Faculty Workshop on Visualization Design
Monday, May 16
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (lunch will be served)
The Edge Workshop Room (Bostock Library)
The instruction portion of the workshop will last from 9:00 a.m. to noon. At noon, attendees will participate in a Duke-specific discussion on the challenges of incorporating visualization into courses. Lunch will be served. Attendance at the lunch discussion is expected for all workshop attendees.
Application form: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_723hCa3xNIdf6zX
The 2016 edition of the Duke Student Data Visualization Contest is now accepting submissions. All Duke students who have produced data visualizations for research, education, fun, or profit over the last year should consider submitting their best work. The top three submissions will receive an Amazon gift card, and their work will also be exhibited in the Data and Visualization Services lab for the coming year.
Submissions are due on the last day of classes: Friday, December 4, 2015, at 11:59pm. Start planning now to make sure you don’t miss it!
Submission guidelines, eligibility information, judging criteria, etc. are all detailed on the contest website.
Duke Data and Visualization Services is now accepting submissions for the 2015 edition of the Duke Student Data Visualization Contest. All Duke students who have produced data visualizations for research, education, fun, or profit over the last year should consider submitting their best work. Winners will receive an Amazon gift card, and their work will also be exhibited in the Data and Visualization Services lab for the coming year.