This course is designed to give students the foundation they need to create effective, accurate tables, graphs, and figures. Students will learn the general structure of tables, graphs, and figures, how to choose among a table, graph, and figure, guidelines for choosing what graphing format to use, and common problems with visual presentation of data. Read an interview with Laura King on the necessary skills for advancing as a writer or editor in the medical communications profession ›
Note: This course does not include instruction in graphing software.
“Online self-paced”: Refers to course start and end dates. “Online fixed date” Refers to synchronous session schedule fully available under “Section Notes”