Data Visualization Course Training in Hyderabad

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slide 1: DIGITALNEST 8088998664 Page 1 Data visualization refers to representing data in a visual context like a chart or a map to help people understand the significance of that data. Whereas data in text form can be really confusing not to mention bland data represented in a visual format helps people extract meaning from that data much more quickly and easily. You can expose patterns trends and correlations that may otherwise go undetected. Data visualization can be static or interactive. For centuries people have been using static data visualization like charts and maps. Interactive data visualization is a little bit newer: It lets people drill down into the dirty details of these charts and graphs using their computers and mobile devices and then interactively change which data they see and how its processed. Ready to feel inspired Lets take a look at some great examples of interactive and static data visualization. When youre ready to build your own data visualization check out our ultimate collection of marketing stats to get started. Heres a wonderful example of a complex data set boiled down into what that looks and feels like a game. In this visualization the folks at Setosa are showing how "bus bunching" happens i.e. when a bus gets delayed and later causes multiple buses to arrive at a single stop at the same time. Telling this story in numbers alone would be pretty difficult but instead they turn it into an interactive game. While the buses rotate along a route we can click and hold a button to delay a bus. Then all we have to do is watch to see how even a short delay causes the buses to bunch together after a time. Data presentation architecture DPA is a skill-set that seeks to identify locate manipulate format and present data in such a way as to optimally communicate meaning and proper knowledge.

slide 2: DIGITALNEST 8088998664 Page 2 Historically the term data presentation architecture is attributed to Kelly Lautt: 30 "Data Presentation Architecture DPA is a rarely applied skill set critical for the success and value of Business Intelligence. Data presentation architecture weds the science of numbers data and statistics in discovering valuable information from data and making it usable relevant and actionable with the arts of data visualization communications organizational psychology and change management in order to provide business intelligence solutions with the data scope delivery timing format and visualizations that will most effectively support and drive operational tactical and strategic behaviour toward understood business or organizational goals. DPA is neither an IT nor a business skill set but exists as a separate field of expertise. Often confused with data visualization data presentation architecture is a much broader skill set that includes determining what data on what schedule and in what exact format is to be presented not just the best way to present data that has already been chosen. Data visualization skills are one element of DPA." Experts claim that the real purpose of business correspondence is to evoke an immediate or late action from your readers. Remember the AIDA technique It ended with Action and that is the achievement that every piece of writing should target. An email sent from the Manager is read by the ones in his team and depending on the clarity of instructions combined with the individual interpretation of each reader either the desired action is completed or a few areas are left. So let us now focus on the most important things that one needs to keep in mind while designing any text. While writing a business document you must −  Know what you want to write.  Write what you want to achieve. Knowing these two things will go a long way in giving you the right direction in approaching any content and one of the most effective ways of finding the right approach is – brainstorming.

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