Upcoming events

KEYNOTES & TRAININGS

Stephanie will be speaking at these events in the upcoming quarter. Events open to public enrollment will be hyperlinked. Contact Stephanie to schedule your own workshop or just talk like nerds over a cup of coffee.

anytime

ONLINE

Data visualization video tutorials, worksheets, templates, and coaching

Evergreen Data Visualization Academy

April 21

ORLANDO, FL

2 short talks on data visualization

1-on-1 coaching

2 Ask Me Anything panels

LaunchCon

April 28

HONOLULU, HI

Full day custom workshop on Presenting Data Effectively

Kamehameha Schools

May 1-4

HONOLULU, HI

Full day private workshops on data visualization

Hawaii P-20 Partnerships for Education

May 16 & 18

ONLINE

2-part 90-minute eStudy webinar course

Registration now open. Seating is limited.

American Evaluation Association

May 27

WARSAW

Full day private workshop

Uniwersytet Warszawski

May 30 & 31

AMSTERDAM

2 day workshop on data visualization

Registration now open 

Graphic Hunters

June 1

AMSTERDAM

Half day private workshop on data visualization

Graphic Hunters

June 22

SACRAMENTO, CA

Full day private workshop on data visualization

California State University, Sacramento

June 27

WASHINGTON DC

Private custom full day workshop

QED Group

June 28-30

PHOENIX, AZ

Two day private workshop on data visualization and reporting

Full day private workshop on data visualization

Maricopa County Public Health

July 11 & 12

WASHINGTON DC

Two day workshop on data visualization and reporting

Registration now open – limited seating!

The Evaluators Institute

July 19 & 20

WASHINGTON DC

Two day private workshop on data visualization and reporting

National Education Association

Guest Post: Posters – They’re Not Just for Conferences Anymore!

Guest Post: Posters – They’re Not Just for Conferences Anymore!

SE Note: I almost never make posters but I know they are a hot reporting tool for many of you, so I asked poster veteran Kylie Hutchinson to share her secrets. Posters are an important, but often overlooked, dissemination tool for visually communicating your results....

Where to Start and End Your Y-Axis Scale

Where to Start and End Your Y-Axis Scale

The Y-Axis Debate is one of the most hotly discussed among cool data nerds, like me and my friends. Going out for drinks with me is either a blast or a bore, depending on your nerd level. So let me clarify the parameters of the debate, including where nerds mainly...

Guest Post: Visualizing Regression Effectively

Guest Post: Visualizing Regression Effectively

Updated Note from Stephanie: This blog post generated a lot of discussion. Some of that is in the comments here, some of that has been deleted, some of it came from Twitter and via my inbox. Be sure to read the comments to get a sense of the critique. At the bottom of...

Qualitative Data Visualization: The Gauge Diagram

Qualitative Data Visualization: The Gauge Diagram

guest post by Jennifer Lyons When we debuted our Qualitative Chart Chooser last November, we promised to dive into detail on specific visualizations, so let's kick it off by discussing how and when to use one of the most derided charts of all: the gauge diagram. I...