An introduction to modern methods and tools for the visualization of social-scientific data. We will explore the history of efforts to visualize social data, and the politics of data generation and consumption. We will learn how to use R and related tools to produce insightful, beautiful, reproducible data visualizations.
Prerequisite(s):Sociology 2205A/B or 0.5 course from the Introductory Statistics Course List.
Extra Information: 3 lecture hours. For a full list of Introductory Statistics courses please see: https ://www. westerncalendar.uwo.ca/Departments.cfm?DepartmentID=55&SelectedCalendar=Live&ArchiveID=