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Visualizing Flow with Sankeymatic is a Course

Visualizing Flow with Sankeymatic

Oct 5, 2022 - Oct 5, 2022
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Term: Fall 2022

Date: October 5th, 2022

Time: 10:00-11:30 am

Location: Torgerson 3310 & Online through Zoom

Instructors: Nathaniel Porter & Michael Stamper

Presented By: University Libraries (LIB)

 

Description:

"Learn to create powerful visualizations of flow with the free, browser-based tool Sankeymatic (https://www.sankeymatic.com/)! 

Sankey diagrams are useful for visualizing the “flow” between entities within your data, as well as processes could be best explained with best graphicly. These “flows” and processes can have a “weight” that depicts the quantity of a flow, or importance. Sound confusing? It’s not!

This hands-on introductory workshop will take place online and in-person and requires no experience, but you will need a computer to follow along and create your own diagram. In addition to building and customizing diagrams in Sankeymatic, we will also discuss design principles, as well as exporting and post-editing tools including Illustrator and Inkscape."

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