Tag Archives: Ontario

Revisiting the Healthcare Slopegraph – A Python implementation

Last summer I shared an adaptation of Tufte’s slopegraph using data from the  Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences‘ (ICES) 2011 Quality Monitor report in the post Education and Health Care – Using Slopegraphs to Understand Complex Systems.  While this initial … Continue reading

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Census 2011: Ontario Population Pyramid

Statistics Canada has released the Age and Sex data set for 2011.  A traditional visualization for this kind of data is the population pyramid.   The population pyramid is a modified version of a stacked bar chart with the division between … Continue reading

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CSSE 2012 – Topics Trending in Education Research (Top-TIER)

This weekend, education researchers from across Canada will be traveling to  Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo to participate in the Canadian Society for the Study of Education’s (CSSE) Annual Congress.  As is traditionally the case, Ontario is … Continue reading

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Ontario Education Research To Be Featured at CSSE 2011

Ontario is well represented at this year’s Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) conference which will be held May 28 to June 1 in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Researchers from across Canada will use this opportunity to present their work … Continue reading

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Topics Trending In Education Research (Top-TIER): Ontario at the AERA

As mentioned earlier this week in the post “End of an AERA“, Ontario was well represented at this year’s American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting.  Using this year’s program (“2011 Annual Meeting Program” ISSN 0163-9676) it was possible to … Continue reading

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