Confluence Retirement

Due to the feedback from stakeholders and our commitment to not adversely impact USGS science activities that Confluence supports, we are extending the migration deadline to January 2023.

In an effort to consolidate USGS hosted Wikis, myUSGS’ Confluence service is targeted for retirement. The official USGS Wiki and collaboration space is now SharePoint. Please migrate existing spaces and content to the SharePoint platform and remove it from Confluence at your earliest convenience. If you need any additional information or have any concerns about this change, please contact myusgs@usgs.gov. Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter.

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About Us



Who We Are

Our group is open to anyone (including USGS employees across mission areas and disciplines and non-USGS/non-federal employees) who is interested in data visualization practices, techniques, and projects.


What We Do

The Data Visualization Collaboration Area, as part of the USGS's Community for Data Integration, was founded to serve as a professional hub and creative home to promote open data visualization trainings and discussions.


We hope to foster a creative, collaborative community of people who come to data vis from a variety of backgrounds with any set of design tools. 

As we grow, we plan to:

  • Host events where members can connect and learn from each other
  • Invest in communication platforms like Team Channels to help us share skills, knowledge, ideas, and meaningful critique
  • Encourage new and underrepresented voices as the USGS grows its data visualization community.

We recognize that everyone will have their own favorite set of tools.  So, we hope to focus on supporting members as they practice their own process of data visualization.


How We Connect

Sign up for the

CDI-DataViz Listserv

Join our new MS Team!

Members within DOI:

Join our MS Team

or join with team code: 1dmo1yp

Members outside of DOI:

Request Access

Team Access Instructions




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Announcements



Join us Stay tuned for our next webinar in the Spring! Want to help us plan it? Reach out to anybody on the organizing team (listed below in the Points of Contact) or post on our MS Teams channel.


Most Recent Webinar: Thursday, December 2nd at 3pm EST for our quarterly webinar featuring

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Featuring Africa Flores-Anderson with NASA-SERVIR.

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Webinar: Earth Observations for a Sustainable Future

Abstract: During this talk I will present some key examples from the SERVIR program about how optical and radar data are being used to monitor water quality in freshwater bodies and forest degradation. The impact this work has had on the ground will also be highlighted.

SERVIR is a joint program between NASA and USAID that co-develops innovative solutions through a network of regional hubs to inform national policies and strategies to adapt to the impacts of global change and plan for a sustainable future.

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Points Of Contact

WhoEmailPosition and USGS OfficeLocationExpertise
Cee Nell (Primary)cnell@usgs.gov Data Visualization Specialist, Water Mission AreaMadison, WIData storytelling, scientific & geospatial visualizations, R, illustration
Dionne Zoannidzoanni@usgs.gov Service Management Specialist (Physical Scientist), Cloud Hosting SolutionsBozeman, MTCloud services (Tableau, GIS)
Amy Puls

apuls@usgs.gov

Biologist, Northwest-Pacific Islands Regional OfficeCook, WAFacilitation, coordination
Katherine Trickeyktrickey@usgs.govStudent Trainee (Hydrology), New England Water Science CenterAugusta, MEArcGIS API for JavaScript, HTML/XHTML/CSS, Arcade Scripting, JavaScript, ArcGIS Hub, ArcGIS Insights, ArcGIS StoryMaps, ArcGIS Web AppBuilder, ArcGIS Collector, Leaflet, QGIS, SharePoint, Amazon Web Services