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WRIT 303 A   Rhetoric of Data Visualization back to previous pageBack to Results  
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EnrollmentGeneral1819-10
Total1819-10

InstructorWorley, Margaret C.
MeetsTR245-400, LATH 210
RestrictionsInstr sign req during Drop/Add
DistributionNone
Core AreaNone

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Our world is increasingly visual; more and more of the information we consume and produce is presented in images. This course focuses on the visual presentation of numerical information - everything from box-and-whisker plots to flashy infographics - and specifically how such information can effectively persuade its readers. Emphasis will be on both analyzing and making visualizations; there will be no attention to data collection or analysis. Students can expect to improve their visual literacy skills; no facility with statistics or software packages is required.


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