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Submissions being accepted for 2015 Student Data Visualization Contest

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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.

Submissions will be accepted until December 14, 2014, at 11:59pm. For details, see the full contest website. Questions?  Email angela.zoss@duke.edu with any questions.

Submissions being accepted for 2014 Student Data Visualization Contest

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The Data & GIS Services department in Perkins Library is hosting its 2nd annual student data visualization contest this winter.  Prizes include a chance to win one of three Amazon gift cards valued up to $250!

Submissions will be accepted until January 19. For more details, see the full contest site.  Email askdata@duke.edu or angela.zoss@duke.edu with any questions.

The 2014 Data Visualization Contest is sponsored by Data & GIS Services, Perkins Library, Scalable Computing Support Center, Office of Information Technology, and the Office of the Vice Provost for Research.

Campus-wide student data visualization contest, January deadline

The Data & GIS Services department in Perkins Library is hosting a data visualization contest this winter!  All students and all disciplines are encouraged to submit, and the winner gets a $500 technology prize of his/her choice.  For more details, see the full contest site, and email askdata@duke.edu with any questions.

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