Joint NC BERD Seminar: Choosing the right graphs and tables for your data
There are a bewildering number of different kinds of graphs. There are conflicting recommendations (always show 0 on the axis, don't show 0 if the data don't include that value...). How do you know what's the right way to plot your data? This talk will cover principles you can use to understand ways of presenting data and decide what's best for your situation.
Audience: clinical investigators
Technical level: beginner
This event is being cross-promoted by the NC BERD Consortium, a collaboration of the CTSA-funded BERD cores at UNC-Chapel Hill, Wake Forest University, and Duke University.
Type: LECTURE/TALK and PANEL/SEMINAR/COLLOQUIUM
Contact: BERD Methods Core