Data storytelling is predicted to be the top business skill of the next five years.
Making your audience the ‘hero’ of your data story
Data Ink Ratio
Data Ink Ratio
The Cleveland Mcgill Scale
Gestalt Law of Perception
Charts vs. Tables vs. Impact Metrics
Visualization Selection Framework
Graphic Design Principles for Impact Metrics
Table Design Best Practice
Bar chart best Practices
Pie Chart Best Practices
Line Chart Best Practices
Slopegraphs and Staged Line Charts
Instructor will rotate around to groups and provide personalized assistance
The Munsell Color System
Sequential, Diverging and Categorical Palettes
Cleaning and preparing your data
Missing values and outliers
Introduction to Pivot Tables
Presentation Medium Selection Framework
Instructors will rotate around to groups and provide personalized assistance
A former university lecturer in statistics at the Australian National University, Isaac is also a TEDx speaker and a regular keynote at big data conferences. Isaac holds a Master’s Degree in Statistics from the Australian National University and a Bachelors Degree in Actuarial Science from Macquarie University.
With more than a decade of teaching and training experience, Martin has trained both corporates and students in the field of business IT, data analytics and data storytelling. He specializes in offering practical steps to guide data projects by applying the Design Thinking methodology to data analytics.
A data storytelling expert, Jay is concurrently a trainer at DataSeer and Head of Operations at Magpie.IM, an online payments startup. Jay holds an MBA and B.S. in Mathematics from Ateneo de Manila University. He was a winner of the 2017 Grab Data Visualization challenge.
JP has varied experience in different industries, building an analytics career with strong roots in customer service, manufacturing, retail, digital marketing, and market research. His longest and most recent engagement was with ABS-CBN, the Philippines’ biggest media network, where he led digital analytics to drive key businesses including the company’s video streaming services for both local and international markets and other owned digital properties.
Graduated from the Ateneo de Manila University with a bachelor’s degree and a masters in applied mathematics, Zac is the Gen Z analyst who is in the road to becoming a data scientist of the millennium. He was a business statistics and programming lecturer of the Ateneo, mentoring students from the John Gokongwei School of Management. In 2016, he was also a Temasek Foundation International Leadership Enrichment and Regional Networking Scholar of the National University of Singapore, having completed real analysis and mathematical statistics courses there.
Gerald has over 10 years of experience in the field of corporate education. Combining his extensive experience in corporate training and organizational development, he has been involved in developing tools and training solutions for a variety of audiences in both big and small organizations as a former Course Administrator and Developer at Avaloq, a Fintech leader in digital banking and digital wealth management in Switzerland.
Denise has had decade-long work experience in the clinical and pharmaceutical research space where she gained knowledge and expertise in various business areas including workforce, total quality management, and learning & development. Prior to joining StoryIQ, she led a data management team for a national disease and therapy index in IQVIA, a human data science company. On top of this, she also delivered trainings to colleagues and managers on Microsoft Excel analytics, business communication, and data storytelling.
A distinguished chemist, Kenon worked in the analytical laboratories of multinational corporations such as Dole and Coca-Cola. He won the 2019 Data Visualization challenge held by Data Science Philippines before committing fully to a career in Data. His aptitude for the arts and sciences, as well as his experience in technical data collection, analysis, and communication, have been key to his success as a data storyteller.
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I find Dominic’s like a really really good presenter and he can explain really complicated ideas in a clear way. Previously in my business we had a lot of trouble visualizing data and Dominic really helped us find a way to make clear dashboards and see data the easy way for our stakeholders and myself.
It’s really impactful, and the delivery, I really like the performance they’re delivering. The subtle things that we tend to forget in our day to day, they remind it in a very impactful manner because if I see the content from a different presenter I’d be like “nah, it’s common sense” and I’d walk away
I’m impressed on how this course had been conducted. After this 2-day course, What I learned, I’m going to practice and use it in my workplace.
Dom is very engaging, his message is very clear. The presentations are really good and they’re super relevant and he is open to questions.
I had no idea that data visualisation could be so fascinating and interesting. I really liked the part on the Gestalt principals of perception. Super applicable and what an engaging presenter. My visualizations will never be the same!
Isaac, thank you so much for the training course you delivered to our team. We’ve been through multiple trainings over the last year and this one was by far the best. The whole team is excited to apply their new data storytelling skills to our decks. Can’t wait for the next course!
The training is very amazing and easy to understand. The speakers are knowledgable on what they presenting and it give us a new insight on how we do a better presentation.
Anyone who is skeptical of the power of machine learning and AI needs to take this course. I left challenged, excited and honestly afraid of the predictive power of these models! I liked the emphasis on hold out test set error – after all, that’s the whole point of modelling. I also liked how the instructor related each model to a real project where they had used that model. Now I just need to convince management to let us use R!
I think the class has a right balance, they practice our knowledge which I appreciate because it’s stick with you when you practice what you just learn. Thank you DataSeer!
It was a very good experience, in fact I didn’t know anything about data storytelling, but I did not realizes that this is something I have been looking for the longest time. DataSeer thank you very much! you made my life, my work a lot easier.
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