This evening course aims to introduce you to the principles of visualising data; when, why and how to turn your data into something visual. The do’s and dont’s, the pitfalls, and how to avoid them.
Includes a hands-on session trying various tools and techniques to put what you have learned into practice.
Goldsmiths, University of London SE14 6NW
19 April 2018
Big organisations (10+ people) – £57
Freelancers/small organisations (9 people and fewer) – £37
Students (evening/correspondence) – £27
Full-time students – £20
Goldsmiths students: contact marina(at)tcij.org for Goldsmiths discount.
About the trainer
Jonathan Stoneman worked for the BBC for 20 years as researcher, producer, reporter, editor and finally head of training for the World Service. Specialising mainly in central and eastern Europe, Jonathan reported for the World Service from virtually every country of the former Warsaw Pact in the 1990s, before moving on to run the Macedonian and then the Croatian language services. Since 2010 Jonathan has worked as a freelance trainer – mostly with data and the Open Data Movement. Tracking the use of open data and learning new techniques to make the most of it has become something between a hobby and an obsession.
“[Jonathan Stoneman] was clearly expert in Data Visualisation which was great, but he also let us learn by doing and practice. It was interactive and well paced.”