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.

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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Authors: Patricia Pittman | Julia Strasser | Margaret Ziemann | Noah Westfall | Rachel Banawa | Nicholas Chong

Topics: COVID-19, Data Visualization, Policy, Scope of Practice (SOP)

April 9, 2021
This interactive map tracks state-level emergency policies that expand the ability of specific groups to administer COVID-19 vaccines.
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State Health Workforce Data Collection Inventory

Topics: Data Collection, Data Visualization, Methodology

April 1, 2021

The State Health Workforce Data Collection Inventory describes findings from a survey about data collection on health workforce supply (eg, demographic, education, and practice characteristics of health professionals), demand (eg, vacancies and employer recruitment and retention difficulties), and the education pipeline (eg, graduation rates and trainee/graduate characteristics). The data collection survey is ongoing and the […]

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