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Data Visualization

Data visualization refers to the graphical representation of data. Bar charts, line graphs, thematic maps, and infographics are all types of data visualizations. The goal of data visualization is to make complex information easy to understand.

Authors: Benjamin Stubbs | Arati Dahal | Hengyang (Ambrose) Zhi | Susan Skillman | Bianca Frogner

Topics: Allied Health, Data Visualization, Workforce Supply

June 17, 2022
This findings brief discusses the development of a Leveraging Public Data for Workforce Analyses Dashboard, which provides interactive visualizations of the supply of workers, aging trends, and commuting patterns for 16 allied health occupations and occupation groups.
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Authors: Candice Chen | Qian Luo | Nicholas Chong | Sara Westergaard | Erin Brantley | Edward Salsberg | Clese Erikson | Drishti Pillai | Katherine Green | Patricia Pittman

Topics: COVID-19, Data Visualization, Health Workforce Journal Supplement, Health Workforce Models and Projections, Workforce Supply

October 1, 2021
This article describes the development of 2 estimator tools—the State Hospital Workforce Deficit Estimator and the Contract Tracing Workforce Estimator—designed to inform health workforce planning during COVID-19.
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September 6, 2021
This tutorial demonstrates how to develop a study area composed of different geographic units.
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August 25, 2021
This tutorial demonstrates how to allocate county-level COVID-19 data into census tracts using population weights.
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Author: Rayna Sage | Lillie Greiman | Susan Chapman | Laura Wagner | Timothy Bates | Ari Lissau

Topics: Data Visualization, Rural Health, Workforce Demand, Workforce Supply

July 26, 2021
This StoryMap explores where people with disabilities who need help with self-care and daily activities live, and compare that to where Personal Care Aides (PCAs) are located. This will help to better understand if there are enough PCA workers available where they are needed.
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