Data Visualisation Using Python


22/11/2023 - 29/11/2023

Organised by:

University of Cambridge


Dr Chen Qu


Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)


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Venue: Online


The module explores Good Data Visualisation (GDV) and graph creation using Python.

In this module we demystify the principles of data visualisation, using Python software, to help researchers to better understand and reflect how the “5 Principles” of GDV can be achieved. We also examine how we can develop Python’s application in data visualisation beyond analysis. Students will have the opportunity to apply GDV knowledge and skills to data using Python in an online Zoom, self-paced, practical workshop. In addition there will be post-class exercises and a 1-hour asynchronous Q&A forum on Moodle Forum.


Please note that there are two iterations of this course:

  • 22 November 2023
  • 29 November 2023


Website and registration:


Greater London


Frameworks for Research and Research Designs, Case Study, Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Research, Data Collection, Visual Data Analysis, Python, visualisation

Related publications and presentations:

Frameworks for Research and Research Designs
Case Study
Interdisciplinary and Multidisciplinary Research
Data Collection
Visual Data Analysis

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