Data Visualization for the Web Using Google Charts

Should the Online Librarian be “Liam the Librarian” or “Lily the Librarian”?

Join us in-person or via webcast to learn the basics of data visualization and charts to present data sets on the web with no programming. Kristian Allen from the Digital Library Program at UCLA Library will cover the proper format to structure your data for use with common web tools and review some popular charting and visualization frameworks available, including Google Charts and Fusion tables.

LACASIS&T is putting out a call for example library datasets to be visualized during the session. Contact Sharon Shafer at sshafer@library.ucla.edu to share your dataset for visualization!

Live Session: January 29, 2015, 12:30 to 1:30pm PST in UCLA Young Research Library, West Classroom (Room 23167): http://www.library.ucla.edu/yrl/west-classroom

Recording

Slides

https://docs.google.com/presentation/embed?id=1T0yWKzymoaexKuGpaMXjuyqEIkisRm2VgK24ibeouA0&start=false&loop=false&%20frameborder=