Data Storytelling with Effective Data Visualization Techniques

Sep 9, 2021 · San Francisco, United States of America

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Data Storytelling with Effective Data Visualization Techniques

If a data scientist spends 80% of their time cleaning the data and 20% of their time performing analysis, where is the allocated time for the effective communication of your results? Storytelling is an integral part of conveying your findings and data visualization is a key tool for the job. In this session we will discuss data visualization guidelines, tips and tricks as well as available resources to help you tell your story with data.

• Bio:
Laura Ellis is a senior technical staff member (STSM) at IBM is the Analytics Architect for the IBM Cloud internal data platform. Her goal is to make data science and analytics accessible to everyone. Over the past 15 years, Laura has worked with teams to deliver a wide range of business solutions built on a diverse analytic stack including databases, business intelligence, data science, predictive modeling and real time event streaming. She holds a Bachelor of Engineering Science from the University of Western Ontario and a Master of Science in Predictive Analytics from Northwestern University. Laura is passionate about using data to solve business problems and helping women grow their careers.
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