Adding spice to statistics with dynamic and interactive graphics
Online presentations of statistical data, flat, static graphics are sliding out the back door of history. Online graphics do things. They are like living things, not unresponsive, dead things. Poke them and they react.
In this workshop, presented by Daniel Barnett (University of Auckland), participants saw both types of graphs, and generated a range of interactive and dynamic graphs. Using iNZight Lite (online) where it all happens at the click of a button, participants transformed familiar graphs they already use in their teaching and also stepped beyond to many other types of graph – some familiar, some less so, including graphical displays on maps.
[Note: This is the NZAMT16 workshop by Prof Chris Wild]
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