In the follow-up Visualization 2 virtual workshop, we will venture into ggplot's advanced features, equipping participants with visualization techniques to resolve complex challenges. We will first explore how to create informative animated visualizations. Attendees will then have the opportunity to uncover the power of coordinates and maps, illuminating how data can be spatially represented for deeper insights.

this first visualization workshop serves as an insightful introduction to the power of ggplot. The virtual workshop will guide participants through the art of crafting compelling visualizations that convey complex insights and stories. We will start with explaining why we should care about visualizations. By understanding the "why" behind visualization, we can gain an appreciation for its pivotal role in modern data analysis.

Arizona State University welcomes British-Bangladeshi birder, environmentalist and activist Mya-Rose Craig as a guest in its TomorrowTalks series. Craig will discuss her memoir "Birdgirl" (2023) in an online event on Tuesday, Sep. 26, 2023 at 5 p.m. Arizona / MST (5 p.m. PDT / 6 p.m. MDT / 7 p.m. CDT / 8 p.m. EDT).

The event is free of charge and open to the public; please register to attend.

If there are millions of Americans who are blind, deaf, or both, why do too many pretend that people with these disabilities don't exist or worst, are incapable of being functional members of society? This program, led by local Deaf, hard of hearing, and DeafBlind/CVHL community members goes beyond addressing gaps in accessibility to open attendees up to the rich and vibrant world of identity, language, and culture among people with disabilities.

Hours after the 2017 travel ban takes effect, a mosque in South Texas erupts in flames. Now, this quiet community must reckon with the deep rifts that drove a man to hate. Join us as we discuss Islamaphobia, xenophobia, and it's effects on the receiving communities.

Join us for an interactive program where we explore naming rituals, the importance of names and how we share our stories through the sharing of our names.

"Do you often feel that the media is rooted in fear mongering? Do you wonder if we can even talk about diversity without it sparking into something bigger? Can we listen honestly to one another about how we live, experience, understand, and what it means to exist in a diverse society? How do our fears frame the lens in which we look at various topics such as affirmative action or DEI programs?

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