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In this course, author Tom Geller demonstrates how to use the Views module and other add-ons in Drupal to present dynamic, data-rich content. This course examines several real-world examples of effective data visualization and describes the Drupal data-storage model. The course also shows how to create, format, and style views; control access to data; improve data administration with Views Bulk Operations; and display content as custom maps and slide shows.
Thanks for watching Drupal 7 Reporting and Visualizing Data. I hope this course gives you everything you need to build your data-driven site the way you want it and that it gives you some ideas for creative ways to go further. If you're still hungry for more information, here are some resources. The first thing to do is to get an account on drupal.org. To do that, simply go to drupal.org and click here where it says Log in and Register. Then click Create new account. Once you've done that, you can take part in discussions, join special interest groups, and become part of the larger Drupal community.
On that note, one group you might want to join is the Data Visualization group. It's at groups.drupal.org/taxonomy/term/7772. You'll also want to look through the other data visualization modules on drupal.org. You find them by going to drupal.org/ projects/modules, filtering by your Drupal compatibility; in our case, we're using Drupal 7, and then look for Content Display.
There's a lot there which leads us to the last step. Have fun with them. Whatever you do next, I can't wait to see the great things you'll do with your data-driven Drupal site.
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