Briefings are 30 mins talks on a variety of topics. All briefings will be held in Huang 304.
CAS PatentPak solution for researchers
Mark Laikhtman, CAS a Division of the American Chemical Society
Join Mark Laikhtman for a demo of the benefits of CAS PatentPak solution for researchers in Sciences, Engineering and Medicine.
Explore and analyze data with SimplyMap
Justin Lehrer, Director of Product Management for Geographic Research
Join Justin for a live demo SimplyMap, covering everything you need to start creating custom maps, rankings, reports, and business lists as well as tips to help you find, map and analyze data.
Tableau for interactive data visualizations
Andrew Hill, Tableau
Learn how to create interactive visualizations and shareable dashboards in Tableau to elevate your research. This session is designed for all audiences and skill levels.
Talking Tech: Sharing Your Research When It Matters the Most
Matt Vassar, Instructor, ENGR103, Technical Communication Program
Do others recognize your research and why it is important? This fast-paced and interactive workshop will guide you through the communication skills that you need to interest and inform any of your future audiences on the importance of your research.
Visual strategies for making graphics more effective
Carin Cain, Illustration Editor, Annual Reviews
The visual representation of scientific data and concepts is a critical part of scientific research. Annual Reviews will present strategies for creating effective graphics, and how small changes can improve a graphic image.
Where is your data? Find and use spatial data
Stace Maples, Manager, Stanford Geospatial Center
Learn how to simplify the task of finding and accessing spatial data with http://earthworks.stanford.edu. Basic functions of Earthworks, integration with CartoDB and cartographic visualization will also be covered.