This workshop is designed to increase your familiarity with basic principles of designing meaningful data visualizations. Following a discussion of how the brain “preattentive processing” handles visual information, the workshop will cover basic principles for determining the best visualization to use given your message, audience and the type of data you are working with.
Please note: This workshop is not hands-on.
In this introduction GIS workshop, you will use ArcGIS Pro software to explore geographic data, tables and create maps. This workshop will also show how to use the GIS Portal site that Princeton University Library hosts to add geographic data downloaded over the internet and analyze data and create maps and then share them with the public. No previous GIS experience is needed to take this workshop.
*date TBD. Woodrow Wilson School Masters Student Only.