Sharing resources to help you choose which data visualisation tool you need in your technology stack, guided by your design choices.
Second part of debrief from first-ever @datavizlive online conference. Sharing talks on Data Viz communities, ethics & use to influence policy makers.
Through speaking engagements and questions from readers, this month’s theme has become GDPR, so time to share GDPR resources. Apologies to those of you looking for more content on recruiting, developing & retaining your analysts. I will return to that theme and build on the excellent content shared by Martin & Hanne. But, for now, it seems the primary concern for many data, analytics & insight leaders, is GDPR. That.. Read More
Which are the most important skills, needed by analysts or data scientists? It’s an interesting question to ponder. It is tempting to fall back on technical basics, like statistical knowledge & software or coding skills. But most graduate data scientists or experienced analysts will be screened for those at recruitment. So, if you are leading an Analytics, Data Science or Insight team, where should you invest?
I hope you’ve found this month’s Data Science content to be useful, as I’d also like to share with you some personal Data Science stories. To complement the technical resources I’ve shared recently, it’s important to also focus on the people side. Customer Insight Leader exists to encourage and inform more holistic customer insight leaders, covering the disciplines of data, analytics & research, as well as the requisite leadership skills… Read More
What is the state of Behavioural Economics (BE) in 2017? Is it past the ‘hype cycle‘ and settling into common usage, or gradually being assigned to the dustbin of once popular ideas? Behavioural Economics is one of those topics that regularly comes up in conversations with clients & about this blog. In fact, I’m reminded it’s one of the topics for which readers asked for more coverage in our latest.. Read More
As promised in an earlier post, sharing recommended blogs, it’s time to move onto data visualisation tweets. In this post, I’m going to recommend some Data Visualisation experts to follow on Twitter, both because of their own content and the wider resources they curate and share. I hope you found the previously recommended blogs useful. If you are serious about improving your (or your team’s) data visualisation skills, I would.. Read More