This two-day seminar enables life scientists to effectively use visuals to complement the written word.
Participants learn how to:
- Use figures and tables to effectively tell the story of their research.
- Decide whether text, tables, or plots are most appropriate to convey the message of each result.
- Choose the most appropriate plot type for their data.
- Understand the science of perception and apply design principles to communicate their message clearly.
- Use aesthetics to relate sensory attributes (colour, shape, etc.) to abstractions (enrichment, change-over-time).
- Distinguish between graphics for publication and for data exploration.
September, 18+19, 2017
Rick Scavetta, Science Craft, Berlin
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