Data Visualisation Hub
Building community around data visualisation at the University of Sheffield.
Celebration of Open Research at The University of Sheffield
Wed 27 October 2021, 09:00 AM (UTC)
Data visualisation in c++ with computational models
In this blog post I'm going to talk about data visualisation - making graphs - within c++ programs. I'll describe why you might want to do this and I'll try to justify why I've spent a sizeable part of my time over the last couple of years developing graphing code in c++, rather than using Python or R like everyone else!
25 January 2021 · 11 min read
Data Visualization’s Social Role
Data visualizations have effects. If we don’t stop to think about data visualizations' social role and the people who engage with them, they may not have the impact that their producers intend.
09 September 2020 · 6 min read
Data and visualisation
Data visualisation is currently an active and critical aspect in research, teaching, and development. The main purpose of data visualisation is to communicate information clearly and effectively by means of graphical representation. However, this does not mean that data visualisation must be boring for its functional purpose, or extremely complicated to look gorgeous ...
Discover how to get the most out of statistics, visualisations and tool sets.
Online Research Data
ORDA (Online Research Data) at the University of Sheffield has welcomed visitors from over 148 countries and regions worldwide, providing a research data repository for storing and publishing research data in the long term, and enabled university research data to be preseved, discovered, and accessed.
Collaboration and Partnership.
Further details to come.