Exploratory data analysis and data visualization techniques allow you to uncover hidden patterns and investigate unusual observations, ideally leading to more questions, more answers and ultimately new discoveries.  

Johns Hopkins University has been a reliable source of data in this time when contradictory information is coming at us quickly. If you’d like to dig into that data yourself to explore trends and patterns, you’re not alone.

In this video, JMP Systems Engineer Byron Wingerd uses COVID-19 data from Johns Hopkins University to demonstrate how to:

  1. Prepare and clean data for analysis.
  2. Shape, transform and add features to a combined data set.
  3. Build interactive maps with bubble plots and complex bar chart types.
  4. Communicate your analysis to others.

Register now for this free webinar.

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