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Data Visualisation: how to effectively communicate with your data

 

Data Visualisation: how to effectively communicate with your data

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Starting 28 March 2018 09:30 through to 28 March 2018 16:30

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How to effectively communicate with your data

28 March 2018

The SW AHSN and the Regional Intelligence Analysts Network (RIAN) have joined forces with the Association of Professional Healthcare Analysts (APHA) and the Business Intelligence Team at the University of Exeter to deliver a full-day workshop on data visualisation. The aim of this workshop is to share and discuss some key principles for effective data visualisation and to inspire you to start to tell better stories with your data.

Creating effective data visualisations is no longer a task for highly technical specialists and design professionals. In the modern workplace, we are all responsible for the data that we produce and learning how to effectively communicate with this data can be an invaluable asset.

Learning the fundamental principles behind good data visualisation can:

  • Simplify the process of presenting data in tables and graphs
  • Help those working with data to engage, captivate and influence their audience
  • Ensure that the story being presented can be easily understood
  • Allow decision-maker to get answers more quickly

The workshop is aimed at anyone who works with data as part of their role. 

By the end of the workshop, delegates will be able to: 
1. Critically review a data visualisation and understand what makes one example more effective than another 
2. Understand some key psychological principles and their significance to the design of an effective data visualisation.  This includes an understanding of the importance of storytelling when communicating with data 
3. Present data clearly within a table in order to effectively communicate a story 
4. Identify and utilise the key components within graphical representations of data 
5. Select the type of graph which best communicates the different relationships that exist within data 
6. Present data clearly within a selected graph type in order to effectively communicate a story

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