Hey all, something not-directly related to observable but still (I think) fitting for the community: I have a friend who is coordinating a masters/PhD on biophysics. Among other things she has to teach her students how to design good figures (as in, enhancing the data and not confusing or misleading).
She has reached out to me for advice, but I have to admit: I’m kind of self-taught in a very unstructured manner, knowing only stuff on the random topics that catch my interest or directly relate to my own “disability” in data-viz land due to color-blindness.
So I’m asking here if anyone has recommendations for sources and/or workshops on the topic, or feels like giving a workshop like that themselves (she has told me that there is a budget for formal workshops, although not for “informal discussions”). To clarify: we are not so much looking for good sources on the technical side of things but on the insightful side of data viz design.