March 31, 2023 | Virtual | 12:00 pm PT /1:00 pm MT / 3:00 pm ET
Most people can agree that written communication should be clear, concise, free of grammatical and spelling errors, and have the audience in mind. To achieve this, we spend time exploring style manuals and painstakingly editing manuscripts. So, if a picture is “worth a thousand words”, why not spend as much time refining graphics? In this workshop, Martin Krzywinski, data scientist and visualization artist, will explore what makes a good visual explanation: theme, continuity, clarity, and a simple style.