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NICAR23 First Observable Notebook: Prototyping with polish - pre-registered attendees only

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Thursday, March 2, 2:15 - 5:45 p.m. 

Cost: $40

Instructors: David Eads, The Marshall Project; Alex Garcia, independent journalist


In this session, you will learn how to rapidly explore a dataset and share insights and data visualizations with JavaScript, Observable Plot and an interactive Observable notebook.

This three-hour, hands-on course will show you how journalists are putting Observable’s powerful potential to work. Using nothing but your web browser, you will sketch, refine, and publish interactive graphics and data analysis notebooks like those created by The Marshall Project and Los Angeles Times. Along the way, you’ll see how Observable’s groundbreaking approach to coding can help you be more creative, ambitious, efficient, and collaborative.

Preregistration is required and seating is limited. You must bring your own laptop (no tablets) to participate in this class, and you'll need a free Observable account:

Workshop prerequisites: Beginner to intermediate experience with Javascript, with basic knowledge of other web technologies like HTML, CSS, and SVGs. As long as you have a web browser, a working attitude, and willingness to ask for help, you’ll be golden!

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