Are you complying with the new and varied requirements around the management of your research data?
Will 'future' you understand 'today' you's descriptions of your data collection and analysis processes? Can you relate to file names that look something like 'final.doc', 'finalv2.doc', or 'finalfinalv2.doc'?
Where is your data? Do you need to share it with others, or work on it from different locations? Have you thought about how you might access your data in the future if the software you're using now no longer exists?
In research, we like to talk about 'standing on the shoulders of giants' - but will someone be able to stand on your shoulders? Have you thought about sharing your research data after you've extracted all you can from it?
Tableau is a poweful and user friendly data visualisation program that requires no coding skills and is compatible with Excel. In this workshop we'll use the free version of Tableau (Tableau Public) to visualise some data we'll harvest from free sources on the internet.
UTS eResearch and Intersect offer a wide range of specialised courses for researchers, from beginner through to advanced levels in High-Performance Computing (HPC), Excel for research, data management and visualisation, cleaning and exploring data, and more.