NJEF: Plotting

In this Nature Journal Educator’s Forum session, Susan Beckhardt and Yvea Moore talk plots, graphs, and charts. How can graphs be useful to us as nature journalers? How can we create them so that they can be helpful tools in our toolkits? This session is meant to explore the uses of graphs as well as make them more accessible to math-curious folks. (Session of 26 June 2024)

Susan Beckhardt specializes in topology and rabbit-hole spelunking, and loves all things Lepidopteran. She currently teaches statistics and calculus at SUNY Albany. She also frequently helps John Muir Laws make sense of mathematics and cool phenomena in our nature journals.

(John Muir Laws was out of town for this session.  His cohost Yvea Moore led the forum in his absence.)

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