EMBO Practical Course: Bioinformatics and Genome Analysis, 5–17 June 2017.
Data Visualization with Illustrator Workshop, CSHL, 25 Feb – Mar 1 2017.
Data Visualization Workshop. UBC & CIHR Skin Research Day. 16 Mar 2017.
Bioinformatics and Genome Analysis Course. Izmir International Biomedicine and Genome Institute, Izmir, Turkey. May 2–14, 2016
Gene Volume Control, Graphic Science—Scientific American, Jun 2015
Monkey's Blueprint, Graphic Science—Scientific American, Sep 2014
Real human genome art, San Francisco
Nature Methods Points of View visualization column
Nature Methods Points of Significance statistics column
PDF | Data-to-ink ratio, taken to the extreme: if there is no data to show, no ink should be used. The idea of “no data to show” may correspond to a variety of scenarios. There may be sincerely no data to show—no values were collected. Or, there are no significant changes to see. Where possible, you should use empty space to indicate lack of data or lack of change in data. You should never be distracted by something that isn’t relevant and empty space is not distracting—it really just provides contrast to adjacent elements, which presumably correspond to actual data or actionable data.