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Data Visualizations

This is a collection of data visualizations that I have worked on that are based on original research. Data visualization links both my quantitative training and my love for presenting as I continue to learn how to be an effective data story-teller

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Education as a predictor of family formation pathways

Laura Wright, Shayla Batty and Tim Kang

University of Saskatchewan

This Latent Class Analysis illustrates family formation pathways taken by Canadian millennial women and whether they are associated with higher and lower educational attainment

Source: 2017 Canadian General Social Survey (Stata)

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The Gendered Division of Household Labor in Rural & Urban Canada

Shayla Batty

University of Saskatchewan

This bar graph is for the margins of a multivariate regression that illustrates the gender difference in female- and male-typed chores between urban and rural households. This data viz is from my MA project!

Source: 2015 Canadian General Social Survey (Word/Excel)

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Intermediate Data Analysis Project
Shayla Batty
University of Toronto

This data viz was produced for an assignment that was designed to develop my skills in R coding. It shows the proportion of non-visible minorities in Kelowna BC that use public transit, for immigrants and non-immigrants by age group and gender

Source: Provided by course instructor (R)

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