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Just started using Datawrapper and wanting to get more out of it? Wondering whether it’s the right tool for your work, research, or personal projects? Or just curious to see how the whole thing works? We’re now offering a regular public webinar, and the next session is coming up soon!
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We’ll discuss how Datawrapper works, what plans we offer, and what kinds of visualizations you can make with the tool. You’ll have a chance to try your hand at creating a chart and a map in real time. And I’ll point you towards more resources for getting the most out of Datawrapper going forward.
If you have any more questions, write them in the comments here or send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you can’t make it this time, don’t worry — there will be more intro sessions to come as well. You can follow Datawrapper on Twitter or subscribe to our Blog Update newsletter to hear about future webinars. I’m looking forward to introducing you to Datawrapper and to what you can create with our tool!