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DVR Week: Ann Emery on the Dataviz Hall of Fame for Evaluation

Greetings, I’m Ann Emery from Innovation Network in Washington, DC. A few years ago, I discovered Hans Rosling’s 200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes video. I’d never seen anyone share data in a way that simply made so much sense.

Since then, I’ve been hooked on dataviz. Thankfully, I’m not alone! As the demand for data increases, evaluators are finding better ways to communicate information.

Cool Tricks—The Dataviz Hall of Fame for Evaluation: Evaluators have made amazing strides in dataviz. Here are a few of my favorite ways that evaluators are using dataviz:

Rad Resources—Coffee Break Webinars: The Data Visualization and Reporting TIG has sponsored more than a dozen AEA coffee break webinars. At just 20 minutes each, you can enhance your dataviz skills during your lunch break.

Lessons Learned—Additions to the Dataviz Hall of Fame? These are just a few of my favorite examples. Who else deserves a spot in the Dataviz Hall of Fame for their evaluation-related dataviz skills?Share your nominations in the ‘comments’ section below.

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