How many times have you squinted at a graph to try and understand the axis (never mind the key insight) or winced at the sight of yet another 3D pie chart on a colleague’s slide?
The fact is that all the significant effort you spend cleansing, modelling and analysing data is wasted if your results cannot be presented in a clear and compelling manner. Everyone in the data value chain needs to understand the key principles to communicate compelling stories with data: leaders, engineers, analysts and data scientists.
In his Data Summit session “The Good, The Bad And The Grey of Data Visualisation” Andy Kirk, leading data visualisation specialist and author of “Data Visualisation: a Handbook for Data Driven Design” which was rated in the top six best books of 2016 for data geeks by the Financial Times, will present a whirlwind tour on the art and science of contemporary data visualisation practices.
Andy will cover the rights – the things to do - and the wrongs – the things to avoid – as well as shine a light on the elusive grey areas – the ‘maybe’s and the ‘possibly’s, leaving the audience with a better sense of the fresh thinking that can help accomplish quick improvements in their work as well as longer term enhancements to their capabilities.
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