Event box

Data Visualization with GraphPad Prism

Want to make persuasive, publication-ready scientific charts and graphs, but feel unsure how? This is the workshop for you! GraphPad Prism is an MCIT-supported software program for PC and Mac that can generate clear, easy to read charts. The tool is user-friendly and  requires no coding. This session will cover:

  • Prism's Data Types
  • Design best practices
  • How to build charts
  • Multi-panel figures
  • Formatting for publication

No software background knowledge is required. Computers with Prism will be made available, otherwise you can bring your own device with Prism installed. Free download for NYULMC employees, staff, faculty and students can be obtained here.

Presented by:

Fred LaPolla, MLS

 About the Presenter:

Fred LaPolla is a member of the Health Sciences Library’s Data Services team and the liaison to the Department of General Internal Medicine and the Radiology Department. His main area of work is in data visualization services and he is available for classes, workshops, and one-on-one consults on design best practices. He is also interested in publishing metrics, as well as assisting members of the NYULMC community with literature searching and citation management.

Fred LaPolla earned his B.A. in Chinese language and literature from George Washington University and his M.L.S. from CUNY Queens College.

 

Date:
Friday, August 18, 2017
Time:
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Location:
Lapidus Library Classroom
Categories:
Data Day to Day
Registration (15 seats left)
Registration is required for this event.

* Required Field

Full Name *

Event Organizer

Profile photo of Fred LaPolla
Fred LaPolla

More events like this...