On 13- 14 October 2015, PARIS21 in collaboration with the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) organised a workshop on data visualization for over 30 participants including staff of the NBS, students and lecturers from the University of Abuja and Nassarawa State University in Nigeria.

This comes in the awake of a digital world in which statistics need to play a major role to ensure statistical information reaches the right audience and ensure its utilization. The inclusion of students and lecturers ensures continued use of visualization tools amongst potential statistical personnel and also transferring the same to other students and researchers using statistical information.

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