- — #uklibchat (@uklibchat)Mon, Nov 30 2015 10:19:44The 15,000-Year History of a River in Oregon Rendered in Data http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2015/11/willamette-river-history-dan-coe/ … … via twitterdev #datavis #uklibchat
- — Sarah Stewart (@BioStew)Tue, Dec 01 2015 10:01:28
- — #uklibchat (@uklibchat)Tue, Dec 01 2015 10:36:38For those participating in tonight's #uklibchat, we have a 'hand's on' chance to make your own data visualisations. Stay tuned post-chat!
Q1 What types of data does your library need to communicate and what is your sector?
- — Neena Shukla (@NeenaLibrarian)Tue, Dec 01 2015 18:33:01Q1: I work in independent school for kids age 2 - 18. I need to communicate loan stats and break those down by age, gender, etc #uklibchat
- — #uklibchat (@uklibchat)Tue, Dec 01 2015 18:36:48
- — Siobhan McGuinness (@shivguinn)Tue, Dec 01 2015 18:38:22#uklibchat think I came across it last week! So pretty! https://twitter.com/uklibchat/status/671759870480285696 …
- — Siobhan McGuinness (@shivguinn)Tue, Dec 01 2015 18:40:17Q1. Are you in England? I am in Ireland, very interested in this requirement! #uklibchat https://twitter.com/soolib/status/671760305807052800 …
- — Claire Back (@calire)Tue, Dec 01 2015 18:45:28#uklibchat More about CIPFA public library stats here. Local profiles have been produced for last few years. http://www.cipfa.org/services/statistics/comparative-profiles/public-libraries …
- — #uklibchat (@uklibchat)Tue, Dec 01 2015 18:47:56
#uklibchat 1st December - Data: the Big, the Small, the Beautiful
Impacts, opportunities and challenges for libraries