Data visualization or information visualization is a very broad term used to describe any visual representation of information. This can be anything from charts and graphs, to sketches and diagrams, to posters and presentations. Anything that helps communicate information visually. At Northeastern University Library, Research Data Analyst Kate Kryder can help people with things like creating dashboards, maps, and tables of data.
Northeastern's library offers datasets and statistical resources across a wide range of disciplines.
Examples of data resources in our research guides:
The Social Science Data Guide offers suggestions for data on crime, food, economics, public policy, polls, and more.
For education-related data, see our Education Data/Statistics guide.
Our GIS Guide datasets page links to data sources for geographic information systems and mapping.