Visualization: Data Visualization Quick Start
Harness the power of Mathematica to interactively visualize your data. We start with simple charts, add labels and legends, and customize the appearance. In a series of examples, we process and incorporate additional data and create specialized visual elements, resulting in a rich interface that allows you to interactively explore your data in depth. Specific topics covered will include general options for adding styles and labels to your charts, enhancing your data with wrappers and metadata, and writing custom rendering functions that make use of the metadata to show additional levels of information.
The course is for those who have interest in becoming more proficient users of Mathematica but who currently have little experience with the software.
|This course is available on demand (22:48)||Free|
|This course is not currently scheduled.|
- Basic Features and Design Principles of Visualization Functions
- Creating a Bubble Chart
- Use Wrappers to Build a Customized Bar Chart
- Adding Metadata to the Bubble Chart
- Putting Everything Together to Explore the Data