[visionlist] Data Visualization Satellite - Invitation to Attend and Contribute! - Saturday May 14th

Jeremy Wilmer jeremy.wilmer at gmail.com
Tue Apr 26 13:54:50 -05 2022


*INVITATION TO VSS SATELLITE EVENT ON DATA VISUALIZATION: *

*When: *Saturday, May, 14, 12:45 - 2:15 pm, Sabal/Sawgrass
*Aim: *Inviting, inclusive, engaging, participatory sharing and discussion.

*Contribute a Microtalk (if you like):*
A tool.
A tip or trick.
A graph-related research result.
A before-after illustration of your own graph-creation journey.
A favorite effective (or ineffective) graph.
A makeover of a graph from the literature.
An idea for how to make an existing tool or graph work better.

Submit your idea for a 2-minute, 2-slide microtalk via this Google Form:
https://forms.gle/dSA4uWy2SNvBAddT6
Slots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

*Attend whether or not you give a Microtalk:*
Attend for the Micro-talks!
Attend for a facilitated breakout discussion thereafter on how vision
science insights can be translated into outstanding graph creation.
Attend for the sheer fun of being in the company of other dear colleagues
after far too long.

*SUMMARY:*
*VSS Satellite:* Data Visualization Microtalk and Discussion Event
*When: *Saturday, May, 14, 12:45 - 2:15 pm, Sabal/Sawgrass
*Organizers:* Jeremy Wilmer <https://twitter.com/jeremywilmer?lang=en> & Sarah
Kerns <https://twitter.com/SarahHKerns>, Wellesley College
*Contribute a Microtalk: *https://forms.gle/dSA4uWy2SNvBAddT6
*Attend: *Whether or not you contribute a Microtalk.
*VSS Website link: *
https://www.visionsciences.org/2022-vss-data-visualization-satellite/
*VSS Website description: *A whirlwind tour of data visualization insights
from VSS members: share a tool, a research result, an effective graph, an
ineffective graph. The event features a series of “micro-talks” where
speakers give 2-minute presentations.


--
Jeremy Wilmer, PhD (@JeremyWilmer)
Associate Professor of Psychology
Principal Investigator of the ShowMyData Project (ShowMyData.org)
Board Member of the Many Brains Project (ManyBrains.net)
Pronouns: he, him, his
Wellesley College, MA
http://academics.wellesley.edu/Psychology/Wilmer
Office:  781-283-3775
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