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EMBO Practical Course: Bioinformatics and Genome Analysis, 5–17 June 2017.


data visualization + science communication

Martin Krzywinski @MKrzywinski mkweb.bcgsc.ca
Essentials of Data Visualization. An 8-part video mini-series on how to think about drawing data. In collaboration with University of Sydney.

Each video is about 15 minutes long and includes exercises for you to try.

Let me what you think—leave your feedback below each video.

Color

Use it for emphasis and visual separation.

PDF | Color is one of the most exciting ways in which you can completely screw over your visualization. What can start off as a great diagram can be absolutely ruined by a lack of color judgment. When using color, ask yourself—do I need it? Try to work around it using grey tones from Brewer palettes. If you succeed, you’re in a perfect place to use spot color, sparingly, for emphasis.