Effective Communication through Data Visualization Webinar

Recorded May 2016
As data volumes within organizations are growing at an unprecedented scale, it is no surprise to see data visualizations being used more frequently as a means of communication. However, many organizations are unable to unlock the true power of data, and much of the difficulty can be attributed to improper use of data visualizations. A good data visualization humanizes the data by turning raw numbers into a story about the metrics. In this session we review some data visualization best practices and explore why they are important. You’ll leave this session with guidance on how to take boring, unreadable tables of data and turn them into useful and visually appealing reports. The session will be tool agnostic, but examples will be shown using Microsoft Power BI and Tableau. 

 
 
 
 
 
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 Webinar GOALS

  • Understanding data visualization as a form of communication
  • Learning the process of creating a good data visualization
  • A demonstration of R in action in multiple platforms – from prototyping to production
  • How to use cognitive psychology to optimize your data visualization
  • Gain tips to ensure success of data visualizations projects

Webinar DETAILS

  • Recording May 2016
  • Content is intended for BI/DW Professionals and Data Scientists

PRESENTERS

Meagan Longoria
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Meagan has been with BlueGranite since December 2014, offering her expertise in Microsoft business intelligence and data warehousing for technical pre-sales, solution envisioning, architecture design, solution development, training and support. She is a speaker at user groups and conferences across the country, including PASS Summit and SQL Saturday.  She is also a co-organizer of SQL Saturday Kansas City, which is on-deck this fall 2016. Meagan blogs at DataSavvy.wordpress.com. Data Visualization is a passion of Meagan's and she looks forward to sharing her real-world insights with you during this BlueGranite monthly webinar.

jason-thomas-1.jpgJason Thomas

Jason is a previous BlueGranite employee. He offers a wide range of specialties across the SQL Server stack, as well as Tableau and Panorama Necto.  Jason is an international speaker and blogger (www.sqljason.com), presenting at PASS Summit, SQL Saturdays, and user groups across the U.S. and Europe. Jason is excited to share his experience in data visualization and helping business users gain valuable insights from their data.

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