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Data Therapy 1 - July 2011

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Transcript of Data Therapy 1 - July 2011

Data
Therapy A Process make a
visualization find & characterize
your data identify your
goals & audience pick a
technique Techniques personalize it
with stories "physicalize" it map it make a
traditional chart make a
creative chart make an
interactive game Personalize Your Data with Stories:
Photos from a Local Assessment The Data
photograph that tells a story about how environmental influences can impact chronic diseases

The Goals
increase awareness and change policies to help make the healthy choices easier

The Audience
planning committee and policy makers

The Technique
show a compelling photo and share a story Personalize Your Data with Stories:
Photos from a Local Assessment "Physicalize" Your Data:
Sugar in a Soda Bottle The Data
the amount of sugar in a soft  drink

The Goals
inform people about the amount of sugar they consume when drinking a bottle of soda (and possibly change their behavior)

The Audience
general public

The Technique
fill a soft drink bottle with the amount of sugar in that drink "Physicalize" Your Data:
Sugar in a Soft Drink Map Your Data:
Community Health Assessment The Data
populations of towns

The Goals
help get a sense of the populations served

The Audience
members of the Community Health Network Area

The Technique
import population data into ManyEyes, export map image and then import that into a Prezi presentation Map Your Data:
Community Health Network Area 20 Chart Your Data Traditionally:
Hockey and Bathroom Breaks in Canada The Data
water consumption before and during the hockey final

The Goals
amuse people by show the relationship between water consumption and timing of events in the hockey game

The Audience
general public

The Technique
show multiple data on same chart (before-game use, during-game use, and game events) Chart Your Data Traditionally:
Hockey and Bathroom Breaks in Canada The Data
health care spending, doctor visits, and life expectancy

The Goals
show the disparity in US outcomes/expenditure

The Audience
general (educated) public

The Technique
use a non-common chart-style
include multiple layers of understanding (high-level and detailed)
show multiple set of data in the same space Chart Your Data Creatively:
Health Expenditures and Outcomes Chart Your Data Creatively:
Health Expenditures and Outcomes Make Your Data Interactive
SCAP YRBS Data Game The Data
Youth Risk Behavior Survey data from Somerville middle schools

The Goals
 change social norms about substance use and increase community involvement in prevention

The Audience
Somerville community members (including youth and adults)

The Technique
Ask audience to 'guess' how many  people are engaging in a behavior by holding up colored-coded signs
Reveal the real data and ask people to talk about it Make Your Data Interactive
SCAP YRBS Data Game What percent of Somerville middle school students did NOT drink alcohol during the past 30 days?

a) 46%
b) 61%
c) 79%
d) 91% What percent of Somerville middle school students did NOT drink alcohol during the past 30 days?

a) 46%
b) 61%
c) 79%
d) 91% *Data from the 2009 YRBS survey administered to Somerville middle school students. Welcome Need Therapy? Goal Learn a process for picking techniques to tell a story with your data data overload
no money for consultants
we want to use our data
what tools exist?
how do we share our data well? Agenda welcome
a process
evaluation criteria
break
techniques
group therapy data is everywhere qualitative
or
quantitative Goals? Audiences? raise awareness change policy behaviour change grow membership change social norms get funding inspire activism reflection funders donors policy makers general public volunteers internal Community History Now applied statistics? data science? text and image work together to tell a story Aaron Koblin Matthew Hurst Ben Fry ... part 2 part 1 Jose Duarte xkcd.com Tips & Tricks confirmation bias
disconfirmation bias
ease into it Bias Color Has Meaning diverging sequential qualitative colorbrewer2.org Tip statistics this workship graphic design presentation skills data mining data analysis color theory visualization Literacy Scott McCloud Matthew Hurst image readability
audience pre-disposition and familiarity Mike Alexander / IDMG Limited Special Effects avoid "chart junk" (Edward Tufte)
focus on readability of the content Causality xkcd Small Multiples our brains are built for pattern identification
helps answer "compared to what"? Your Thoughts how to present your data Edward Tufte Give Evidence always cite your sources
if possible and appropriate, give links back to source data Florence Nightingale Leonardo Da Vinci Galileo Galilei Your
Turn! Start Simple blog.okcupid.com chronological sequential diverging repeating geolocated interview focus group photo survey tabular narrative www.treas.gov USA Today whoissick.org cartography Brendan Nyham Brendan Nyham
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