Data + Visualization Lab

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Coming July 2020: The Data + Visualization Lab provides computing tools and expertise to develop and apply data science and visual communication skills. The space is free to all U of M Twin Cities faculty, students, and staff.

Learners at all skill levels can visit the Data + Visualization Lab to:

Data + Visualization staff offer help with projects from idea to creation to project refinement. 

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Recent Data + Visualization news

Infographic on the cost of the contingent workforce

The Data + Visualization Lab helps researchers communicate complex information with infographics

Students in Karen Monsen’s Doctorate of Nursing Practice course further their informatics specialization by collaborating with the Health Sciences Library to receive training on developing infographics to distill complex information so they can share research findings with a broader audience - like this visualization of the cost of using contingent workforce by DMP student, Jet Role.

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