Workbook for Introduction to Digital Humanities: A-State

Pushpita's Data Visualization

I was looking for the international enrolment in last five years from 2012 to 2016. I made some categories based on the number of students enrolled every year in fall. Therefore I picked those countries from where more than 10 students have enrolled in the ASU in undergrad and graduate program. And I put the rest of the countries in the category of others and combined together their enrolment. I tried to look at the number and rate of international student in ASU. Hence I used Palladio to find the graph and table of the enrolled international students.
I found that the maximum number of students come in ASU from China. Saudi-Arabia and India has the second position. Last two years a great number of students from Nepal and Bangladesh also coming to ASU. It is interesting, that, until 2013 there were a good number of students from Turkey came to ASU, but the number reduced in 2014.
To generate the data, I first collected the data and made an excel sheet and uploaded the excel file to Palladio as raw data. There it generated the information and presented as the form of graphs and tables with different variables. It is observed that, two particular columns only can be analyzed in this software. And it is not possible to visualize the whole relativity other than the generated information in this software.   
All the images have been copied from Palladio generated data, as it can not be saved. 

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