[BlindMath] Webinar: Learn how to create accessible charts, graphs, and maps

Muhammad Fayed m10fayed at gmail.com
Thu Apr 9 20:40:24 UTC 2020

Thank you for that offering. I wish I could attend it, but unfortunately I am busy in my final year of faculty.
Looking forward for a copy of the recording. 
Thank you again,
Mohamed E. Fayed 

> On Apr 9, 2020, at 10:08 PM, Ed Summers via BlindMath <blindmath at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hello Friends,
> I'm a blind professional. I lost my vision about 15 years ago. Since then, I've been very frustrated by the almost total lack of access to charts, graphs, maps, and other mainstream data visualizations.
> I can read data in a tabular format with my screen reader. I can print tactile graphics on my embosser. I can print models on my 3D printer. However, I can't keep up with my sighted peers because they use data visualization technology to obtain insights thousands of times faster than I can.
> So, several years ago I started working on a software product to fill this gap. Today, I can import data and create many types of charts, graphs, and maps with just a few keystrokes. Then, I can interactively explore them using sound. In many cases, I can now obtain the same insights as my sighted peers in roughly the same amount of time.
> You can use this product free of charge. I would love to show you how to get started. Please join me at 3:00 PM EST on April 15 for a free webinar.
> Registration is required. The webinar will be hosted on Zoom. It will also be recorded.
> Learn more and register here:
> https://support.sas.com/accessibility/webinars/2020-3/index.html
> Thank you,
> Ed
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> Ed Summers
> Director, Accessibility
> Https://support.sas.com/accessibility<https://support.sas.com/accessibility>
> ed.summers at sas.com<mailto:ed.summers at sas.com>
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