Tag Archive: data visualisation

Spot the difference – data scientist vs data analyst

Revenues in the global big data market are expected to more than double from 2018 figures and reach $103 billion by 2027. Given figures like this, it certainly emphasises the need for organisations to ensure they have the right skills in place to capitalise on this obvious growth opportunity. And a key element is to …

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Let your data tell a meaningful story

The old adage of “a picture is worth a thousand words” could not be more apt, or more evident, than when it comes to data visualisation. And with research proving that the human brain can process images that the eye sees for as little as 13 milliseconds, data storytellers are playing an increasingly critical role …

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Benefits of Data Visualisation

Data visualisation has become one of the most popular technologies today. Not only does it provide an organisation with the ability to visually present and analyse its information, but more importantly, it gives the organisation a new way of seeing and interacting with its data.

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Communication in Data Science

Data science and the outcomes it delivers can be complex and hard to explain. Presenting your approaches and findings to a non-technical audience, such as the marketing team or the C-Suite, is a crucial part of being a data scientist. You need to have the ability to interpret data, tell the stories contained therein, and …

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8 Aspects to Avoid in Visualisation

In my previous piece, I touched on the rise of data visualisation, and how it should be positioned in the organisation to achieve real insight from their data. In this piece I cover 8 aspects that should be avoided, in order to ensure that only clear and correct messages are conveyed to the business. Failing …

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The Rise of Data Visualisation

Over recent years, data visualisation has certainly made a positive impact, which is no surprise given that it can help organisations achieve real insight from data. But beyond this, it’s also a smart way for us to understand complicated information in a more user friendly way that furthers cognitive understanding. To my mind, if organisations …

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Data-Driven Journalism

Data is growing at such an exceptionally fast rate and it is getting so pervasive that we are also seeing more data-driven insights appearing in the field of journalism, where journalists are starting to use “live” interactive data visualisations to illustrate or support the story they are sharing.

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Tale from the Woods

Gather round, gather round! We hear an eerie sound… I remember the old times around the holiday campfire when smooth talking uncle Alfred with his grand imagination and picturesque speech would tell spooky ghost stories that would make the children huddle closer and closer together, and well, ensure they don’t wander off exploring in the …

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Visualisation to spark Collaboration

Since my initial post on data visualisation (http://www.martinsights.com/?p=492), I have noticed a steady increasing interest in the topic. This is especially noticeable in the business intelligence (BI) field, as more and more organisations are realising the value of using visualisation to positively affect their day-to-day interactions with data. In this post I focus on the …

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