Tag Archives: DU3d

Infographics for Impact

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The final of three 30 minute data visualization talks, this webinar focuses on how to effectively create and use infographics and answers 3 key questions: How can infographics be useful? What are some examples? What are tips for getting started? Presented by Abby Schachner, Elaine Mulligan, & Patrice Linehan in July 2017 Webinar Recording Webinar […]

Powerful Presentations

The second of three 30 minute data visualization talks, this webinar focuses on effectively presenting data using animation and presentation tools. Presenters will walk the audience through the process of taking complex concepts and data and creating a fun, engaging animation and presentation. Presented by Kellen Reid, Sandy Grummick, & Valerie Arnold Webinar Recording Webinar […]

Chart with Purpose

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In this first of three 30 minute data visualization talks, presenters defined data visualization and addressed 5 common pitfalls when creating charts: Not clearly articulating your message; beginning with the visualization technique vs. the data; misrepresenting your data; being dull; and forgetting about accessibility. Presented by Denise Mauzy and Kerry Belodoff in May 2017 Webinar […]

Moving Maryland Forward: Birth through Five system of services for children with disabilities and their families

This 2016 booklet from Maryland provides an example of a data analysis product for a broader audience, including families and legislative representatives. The following elements of Data Use are addressed: DU1c, Pages 13-18 DU1e, DU3a, DU3d, DU4a, & DU6a, entire document DU3b, Pages 12-14, 16 DU5a, Pages 4-9, 10, 12, 14 Published by: Maryland Department […]

Managing Data Talk: A Workbook

This 2011 workbook is an accompanying guide to the textbook Making Data Talk: Communicating Public Health Data to the Public, Policy Makers, and the Press (Nelson, Hesse, & Croyle). This guide presents an overview of communication concepts and a framework to communicate data. It also includes examples to illustrate the application of this framework. The […]

A Guide to Analyzing Data from the Family Outcomes Survey

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This 2009 document is specifically geared toward analyzing family outcomes using the ECO Survey. However, some analyses can be generalized more broadly. The document reviews the types of analyses that can be done and how they are useful to state and local jurisdictions. The following elements of Data Use are addressed: DU1a & DU6c, entire […]