WSP 399 — Data Visualization Tableau (ICME Workshop)
Big data has changed the way we work, live, and play. Data science—developing and testing models and algorithms—helps us gain knowledge for ourselves and provide insights to others.
Interactive Data Visualization in D3 is one of ten workshops included in Fundamentals of Data Science, a series of one-day workshops offered by the Stanford Institute for Computational and Mathematical Engineering (ICME). Fundamentals of Data Science provides an introduction to multiple aspects of data science for those who are new to the field and those seeking to broaden their education and skills in data science. Students can sign up for one workshop, or several throughout the week. Students who complete four workshops will qualify for the Stanford ICME Fundamentals of Data Science Summer Workshops Certificate of Completion.
These workshops are not eligible for tuition discounts through Stanford Continuing Studies, but ICME offers discounts for eligible affiliates and partners. See below for details:
Stanford staff and full-time Stanford students: You may be eligible for a tuition discount if you register directly through ICME. The tuition for Stanford staff is $100 and the tuition for full-time Stanford students is $75. For more information and to register with these discounts, visit https://sto.stanfordtickets.org/icme2020/homepage.
ICME partners and affiliates qualify for a discount. If you think you qualify and have not received a discount code separately, email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need to register through ICME's website.
Workshop: Interactive Data Visualization in D3
Instructor: Sergio Gomez, PhD Student, ICME, Stanford
This workshop introduces Tableau, a powerful tool for creating data visualizations. It is geared toward people in the industry and academia who want to better communicate their projects and research. Attendees will learn how to load data and use it to create charts from Tableau’s library, going from time-series visualizations, scatterplots and maps, all the way to interactive dashboards that use calculated fields, groups, sets and other advanced features.
Please note: Although the enrollment limit for this workshop is set to 15 Continuing Studies students, this course is designed for the entire Stanford community, and enrolled Continuing Studies students will be joined in the classroom by Stanford graduates and undergraduates. Students should expect a large class.