Charles Franklin on “Data Visualization in Political Science,” Wednesday at Union South

Good talk:  my colleague Charles Franklin, currently on leave at Marquette running serious polling on Wisconsin’s weird political microclimate, is back in town this Wednesday to give a talk about data visualization in political science:

Polling Your Resources: Using Data Visualization in Political Science

  • DateWednesday, April 11, 2012
  • Time3 p.m.
  • LocationTITU, Union South
  • DescriptionUW-Madison faculty member Charles Franklin will share examples of data visualization and discuss helping students and the public make sense of political data. If you plan to use data visualization in your teaching, come and learn how Franklin has honed this topic for his course Understanding Political Numbers. Franklin’s academic research focuses on advanced statistical and graphical analysis of public opinion and election outcomes. Light refreshments will be served. Presented by Engage.

One thought on “Charles Franklin on “Data Visualization in Political Science,” Wednesday at Union South

  1. […] interesting fact I learned from Charles Franklin’s talk is that the variance among polls taken on the same day concerning the same election is about 50% […]

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