Tell Me a Story: Why Data Analysts Must be Storytellers, Too
We live and breathe data. That said, however compelling the data is to us, others don't always connect without a story. Erica McGillivray, Senior Community Manager at Moz, will show you how to become a weaver of tales, displaying your data with the power of emotion, and boost your data-driven discoveries and business-related recommendations. For DAA Austin Symposium 2015.
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"A person who is gifted sees
the essential point and leaves
the rest as surplus."
— Thomas Carlyle
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Stories with Data
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