1. Tutorial Video: Parallel Coordinates Plot

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    At Partners for Our Children, we like making visualizations for people to read data. This parallel coordinates plot is a county comparison tool for child welfare measures, which allows you to see how different counties in Washington State stack up against one another. In this video tutorial, we address the following questions: 1. Why does this county comparison tool matter? 2. What is a parallel coordinates plot? 3. How do you use the parallel coordinates plot? For more information on the Washington State Child Well-Being Data Portal, visit http://partnersforourchildren.org/data-portal.

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    • Tutorial Video: Sibling Placement

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      This tutorial video guides users through sibling placement as a measure of child well-being in the Data Portal. Though every case must be evaluated individually—and there are sometimes reasons that siblings should not be placed together—in general, the child welfare system seeks to keep sibling groups together. Sibling placement is an issue that Children’s Administration is currently exploring in greater depth than can be presented here.

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      • Tutorial Video 3

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        Comparing Rates and Counts: This video compares shows how to use rate and count measurements, and explains the value of looking at both.

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        • Tutorial Video 2

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          This tutorial video uses the question "How many foster children are there in Benton County?" to teach users how to use filters and relate the various components of the Trends graphics.

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          • Tutorial Video 1

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            This video guides users to the Child Well-Being Data Portal and introduces them to some of its capabilities.

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