My time as a professional in a variety of fields, graduate student, and data geek has led me to a number of useful resources. Here are some of them — enjoy!
Excel – Used by many, maximized by few.
Tableau – Beautiful, up-to-date visualizations.
Power BI – Useful if you want to integrate with other Microsoft products.
Color Palettes & Images
Excel Off The Grid – Great blog on how to maximize Excel for your data analysis and visualization needs.
Adobe Color – Awesome for creating a color schemes for organizations!
ColorBrewer – This will save you when it comes to identifying colorblind-friendly options, and you can choose black-and-white printer safe (or photocopier!). You will also have some inspiration for diverging/sequential color palettes.
StockSnap.io – Great stock images that are free and do not require attribution.
American Evaluation Association – Unique and collaborative organization for evaluators
Arizona Evaluation Network (AZENet) – A great connection for evaluators/applied psychologists in Arizona and surrounding areas.
Better Evaluation – Lots of eval stuff!
Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology – Need info on I-O jobs, graduate programs, or professional development? Look no further.
The TOP Lab (Brand A. Brown, Ph.D.) – A fantastic I-O lab at the University of Arizona (my alma mater), which includes a lot of free research, tools, and tips.