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Contributors to Data Visualization for All are credited in the byline to specific pages they authored (or co-authored), hold the copyright to those pages (jointly if co-authored), and have agreed to freely share the work as an open-access book. Data Visualization for All is copyrighted by Jack Dougherty and contributors and distributed under a Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0 International License. You may freely share and modify this content for non-commercial purposes, with a source credit to: http://DataVizForAll.org

Authors About Us
Jack Dougherty, the lead author, is Professor of Educational Studies at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. He and his DataViz students partner with community organizations to help tell their data stories on the web. Follow @DoughertyJack on Twitter and JackDougherty on GitHub.
Veronica X. Armendariz earned her bachelor's degree in Educational Studies in 2016 from Trinity College, where she also served as a teaching assistant for the DataViz internship seminar. She authored tutorials for this book.
Ilya Ilyankou is completing a double major in Computer Science and Studio Arts in the Class of 2018 at Trinity College. He developed Leaflet and Highcharts code templates for this book. Follow ilyankou on GitHub.
Stacy Lam is a co-instructor for the Data Visualization for All online course at Trinity College, where she is a prospective Engineering major in the Class of 2019. She co-authored chapters for this book.
David Tatem is a co-instructor for the Data Visualization for All online course at Trinity College, where he is an Instructional Technologist who specializes in the Social Sciences. He co-authored chapters for this book.
Derek Eder is an entrepreneur and civic technology developer in Chicago, where he runs DataMade and organizes Chi Hack Night events. He developed Searchable Map templates with Google Fusion Tables in this book. Follow @DerekEder on Twitter and DerekEder on GitHub.

Funding for student contributions to this book was generously provided by the Community Learning Initiative and Information Technology Services at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.

Live videos were produced with Trinity College Information Technology staff and friends: Angie Wolf, Sean Donnelly, Ron Perkins, Samuel Oyebefun, Phil Duffy, and Christopher Brown.

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Data Visualization For All is copyrighted by Jack Dougherty and contributors and distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. You may freely share and modify this content for non-commercial purposes, with a source credit to http://DataVizForAll.org.
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