SC30 ECSA picture is worth a thousand words: communicate science with data visualisation
|Convener: Bárbara Ferreira | Co-Convener: Laura Roberts Artal|
Thu, 27 Apr, 17:30–19:00
Maps, graphs and figures have been used to convey complex messages for centuries. With today’s ever growing datasets, which make it increasingly difficult to easily communicate information, effective data visualisation has gained new importance. With data visualisations hoards of data can be presented in both useful and beautiful ways, conveying a message clearly, easily and effectively. Interactive displays mean audiences can be engaged further, by allowing them to drill down into the nuts and bolts of the data. This short course will provide a short introduction on how to create effective and insightful data visualisations.
THOMAS NOCKE, researcher working in visualisation at the PIK Potsdam-Institute for Climate Impact Research.
JORDAN HAROLD, researcher at the School of Psychology and Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia focusing on applying cognitive science to the visual communication of scientific data.
MICHAEL BÖTTINGER, is Group Head Visualization and Public Relations at the Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum.