Data Visualisation Storytelling

WFM Certification course is business cases based learning from Basic to advanced level
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About Course

Introduction to the Course:

  • Data storytelling is the best way to use data to create new knowledge and new decisions or actions. It is an integrative practice that incorporates knowledge and skills from several disciplines, including communication, analysis, and design. It helps to practice across many fields.
  • Humans are wired for stories. Storytelling plays an important role to make progress in species. It presents the data and information in story form to maximize communication effectiveness.
  • Data visualization storytelling will help to turn the “facts and figures” into “stories” and engage them to fulfill human expectations of information. This course is intended for anyone who works with data and has to communicate it to others, whether a researcher, a data analyst, a consultant, a marketer, or a journalist.

 

Course Coverage :

1)Humans are Wired for story

Storytelling

  • Fictional stories produce and neutralize anxiety
  • Our survival depends on it

“Stories are crucial to our evolution, more so than opposable thumbs.  Opposable thumbs let us hang on, story told us what to hang on to. “

2)Data storytelling is essential, except when it isn’t

  • Your primary job as a human is to be a communicator.
  • Stories are up to 22 times more memorable than facts alone.
  • 21% of children under the age of 18 live in poverty

Narrative Visualization: Telling Stories With Data

“Data stories appear to be most effective when they have constrained interaction at various checkpoints within a narrative, allowing the user to explore the data without veering too far from the intended narrative.”

3)Even though you may not be in full-on storytelling mode 

  • You should still think about the story’s structure,
  • When designing and creating that content.

What do stories look like,  and how they’re structured?

Every story needs a beginning,  middle,  and end.

Headlines, Callouts, and Highlights

  • Capture your story
  • Include key components of your story
  • Be honest, sincere, and purposeful
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What Will You Learn?

  • Storytelling with data
  • Data visualization
  • Create rich informative data graphs
  • Craft compelling narratives with data
  • Speak the language of data
  • Create impactful data visualizations
  • Discover important context to understand data
  • Format your graphs for impact
  • Turn default graphs from tools such as Excel and Google Sheets into effective data communications

Material Includes

  • Tutorial Booklets
  • Instruction Videos

Requirements

  • No experience or pre-knowledge required
  • Any computer and/or laptop (both Window and Mac OS)
  • No special software is needed, just a connection to the Internet

Audience

  • Professionals in WFM/ HR / Resource Management / Operation/ MIS/ Call Centre/ BPO / Students

Course Content

Why Data Storytelling
• Data storytelling is the best way to use data to create new knowledge and new decisions or actions. It is an integrative practice that incorporates knowledge and skills from several disciplines, including communication, analysis, and design. It helps to practice across many fields. • Humans are wired for stories. Storytelling plays an important role to make progress in species. It presents the data and information in story form to maximize communication effectiveness. • Data visualization storytelling will help to turn the “facts and figures” into “stories” and engage them to fulfill human expectations of information. This course is intended for anyone who works with data and has to communicate it to others, whether a researcher, a data analyst, a consultant, a marketer, or a journalist.

  • Humans are Wired for story
    03:38
  • Narrative Visualization: Telling Stories With Data
    05:38
  • Build Your Story with the Flow Know-How
    02:52

Story Structure
Four Components of Story 1. Plot: how the story unfolds 2. Protagonist: the main character 3. Problem: a difficult goal for the protagonist to achieve 4. Transformation – the “so what”: how the protagonist changes a result

Story Mechanism
This lesson will cover 1)Change over time 2) Comparing and Contrasting 3) Every Story is Linear 4) Flow Diagrams 5) Psersoalization 6) Simple doesn't mean simplicity

Conclusion
This lesson covers, Eye candy = interesting and informative Less is always better.

Instructors

gwfmlearning

gwfmlearning

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Reviews (48)

  1. AT
    Good Learning.
  2. FS

    Faiz Shaikh

    2 weeks ago
    na
  3. CS

    Chetan Sharma

    4 weeks ago
    Good Course
  4. VK

    Vipin Kumar

    1 month ago
    Good but not too much informative
  5. ST

    Sanjay T N

    1 month ago
    Good insights
  6. CS

    chetanya Sharma

    2 months ago
    DATA VISUALLSATION PATH GREAT
  7. GM

    Girish Mudaliar

    2 months ago
    NA
  8. MT
    Nice
  9. SR

    Srinivasan R

    2 months ago
    good
  10. KA

    kishore Amisetty

    2 months ago
    Good data visualization session.
  11. HM
    useful course
  12. 3 months ago
    more assesment can help
  13. PK

    Paramesh Kumar R

    3 months ago
    good
  14. SD

    Saumit Das

    3 months ago
    Nice
  15. SG

    Sunil g

    3 months ago
    ..
  16. SK

    Sandeep Kumar

    3 months ago
    Training is very useful
  17. BM

    Balu M

    3 months ago
    Good course
  18. LM

    Lokesh M

    3 months ago
    Very Helpful
  19. HA

    Haidar Ali

    3 months ago
    Good
  20. MA

    Md Adil Hussain

    3 months ago
    Amazing

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