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storytelling with data podcast

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storytelling with data author, speaker and dataviz guru Cole Nussbaumer Kna

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Rid your world of ineffective graphs and mediocre presentations, one exploding 3D pie chart at a time! The storytelling with data podcast from bestselling author, speaker and workshop guru, Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic covers topics related to data storytelling, better presentations, and all things data viz. There is a story in your data—get the skills and power to tell it!
 
Your one-stop-shop for essential data storytelling, data visualization, and presentation skills for data analysts, digital marketers, data science, and data practitioners. With regular original content and luminary guest appearances from Nancy Duarte, Rand Fishkin, Alberto Cairo, Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic, Jim Sterne, Dustin Mathews, Garr Reynolds, and more. This is the toolset you need to present your insights, inform business decisions, inspire action, and become INDISPENSABLE.
 
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Analytics on Fire

Mico Yuk | Interviews with leaders from enterprise companies about their ex

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Analytics on Fire is your backstage pass inside the enterprise analytics and business intelligence world. Join your host BI author, speaker, and co-founder, Mico Yuk (BI Brainz) as she pulls back the curtain on what’s working right now in the enterprise analytics/business intelligence world and what is not. You’ll hear the inside scoop from experienced business leaders on how to plan, implement and gain true business value from your analytics dollars. Visit analyticsonfire.com to subscribe a ...
 
You want to create effective data visualizations. That’s hard work. There are so many decisions to make, like chart type, annotations, and color! Will this podcast help? Host and fellow data viz designer Alli Torban is in the trenches with you. She shares the latest tools and methods that she’s discovered while on the job and interviewing top designers. If you’re an analyst, journalist, or designer who wants to hone your skills with specific tactics, then this show could be just what you need.
 
Splice Lo-Fi is our quick, weekly audio check-in every Friday at 11 am Singapore time on Telegram. This is our weekly live audio check in with the Splice community to see what everyone's up to. This podcast is an archive of those conversations. Hosted by Rishad Patel and Alan Soon.
 
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Today we've got our good friend Yan Oak, founder of Thibi — a data visualization startup based in Singapore. Yan and his team are among the best dataviz folks in the region. We've worked with them on projects in the past and we love the dedication of this crew. We spoke about where dataviz is headed, and what interesting data journalism business mo…
 
Anand Tumurtogoo has had enough of how foreign media talks about Mongolia. He spoke with us about the need to change these stereotypes, the nuances of the media landscape in Mongolia... and the origins of Mongolian names. Follow Anand on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ananddairtan Reach him on Muckrack: https://muckrack.com/anand-tumurtogoo Read his …
 
As data visualization practitioners, we often do not realize just how important color is. In today's inspiring conversation, Theresa-Marie Rhyne, a leading expert in computer-generated visualization, talks about all things color. Theresa-Marie works as a consultant, specializing in applying artistic color theories to a range of media and has also a…
 
Ryan Wade joins us on AOF today to talk about how to use advanced analytics in your organization! Ryan has been in the analytics game for the last 20 years and is now a Senior Solution Consultant at Blue Granite, based in Indianapolis, Indiana. He recently authored the amazing must-read book, Advanced Analytics in Power BI with R and Python, and in…
 
This week we're chatting with the brilliant Darsh Kandasamy of the Between The Lines newsletter — smart, opinionated perspectives on Malaysian politics. We talked about audience strategy, new formats, and serving her community. Check out Between The Lines (worth a subscription too!): https://betweenthelines.my/ Connect with Darsh on LinkedIn: https…
 
What’s the difference between a dashboard and a data story? Wait, there’s a difference, you ask? Absolutely yes, and Steve Wexler is here to help explain why. Steve is the author of The Big Picture: How to Use Data Visualization to Make Better Decisions—Faster and coauthor of The Big Book of Dashboards: Visualizing Your Data Using Real-World Busine…
 
Have you heard of data sonification? It’s the process of turning data into sound, and there's a novel podcast out now called Loud Numbers where Duncan Geere and Miriam Quick introduce a data story, explain how they sonified it, and then play the sonification they've created. In this episode, we discover how they created their podcast, what’s the be…
 
Mithil Aggarwal calls himself a student journalist, but he also produces and hosts a podcast called The Curiously Candid Show that sounds insanely professional. We talked to Mithil about how he stumbled on journalism, and where he's taking podcasting. Check out Mithil's work here: http://www.thecuriouslycandidshow.me/ Connect with Mithil on LinkedI…
 
We had an amazing Lo-Fi session with Hyderabad-based Suno India's co-founder Padma Priya this morning. We talked about podcasting as a format, conveying difficult issues in audio, and learning to take better care of ourselves and our teams. Our Lo-Fi sessions take place every Friday at 11 am Singapore time. Join us in our Telegram group: https://t.…
 
This week, we checked in with our friend Carljoe Javier, the CEO of Puma Podcasts in Manila. We spoke about how the company has grown and how they're capturing the podcast market in the country. More about Puma: https://pumapodcast.com/ Connect with Carl on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carljoe-javier/…
 
Johanna Son is the founder, editor, and manager of Reporting ASEAN, a media startup based in Bangkok. She started the organization in 2014 to cover the region and to train journalists to do more of that. On Lo-Fi this week, Johanna talked about the difficulties in getting training across ASEAN. Connect with Johanna on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin…
 
The School of Splice is coming together! It's everything you need to build a media startup today. It's all audio, and packs insights from all around this wonderful Splice community. Knowledge, network, funding -- all in one place. The program rolls out next month. Find out more here. http://schoolofsplice.com/…
 
Sheryl Lee at Mongabay is one of the newest people to pop into our Telegram chat, and because we're always interested in our community and how they made their way to journalism, we asked her to talk about her career. Sheryl is new to journalism; she graduated a year ago -- not in journalism, but in accounting and business. We talked about how to su…
 
I sample a prime piece of content from my upcoming book on how to craft and deliver powerful, influential recommendations that get done using a popular goal-setting framework. Consider this a private mini future audiobook reading! To get exclusive access to book updates, events, and resources, sign up for my book waitlist! And be sure to check out …
 
Visualization is a very powerful cognitive tool. I think we all agree with that. But what happens if a person is visually impaired or has other impairments that prevent them to fully benefit from it? It’s surprising, despite the huge success visualization had during these last few years, how little we have to show in terms of supporting this very r…
 
It’s easy to think you have to be the master at D3 and also have the design eye of an artist in order to have a fulfilling data viz career, but that has not been my experience, nor the experience of my guest today Amanda Makulec who is the Data Visualization Society’s Executive Director. She’s heard her fair share of data viz origin stories, frustr…
 
We’re speaking with Priya Thuvassery from Chambal Media in India about their new training academy for women journalists in rural communities. It’s inspiring. They plan to train 270 women over the next three months across three states in India. The objective is to "go beyond the technical aspects of reporting and encourage students to recognize and …
 
Tune in to hear Cole discuss one of her favorite low-tech planning strategies: storyboarding. Small, sticky, and sublimely potent when used well—she details her penchant for post-it notes and process of using them to brainstorm, edit, and solicit feedback to create shorter, targeted, and generally more effective communications. Article: give it tim…
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES + RESOURCES Everyone can recall a time when their emotions were moved by a story. On today’s episode, we explore the practice of harnessing the power of visual storytelling in order to educate consumers about brand and product. Our guest today is Shlomi Ron, CEO of the Visual Storytelling Institute or VSI, a seasoned digital mark…
 
As a data practitioner, it can sometimes be difficult to know when to stop analyzing and take action. Khrystyna Grynko shares some of the classic symptoms of analysis paralysis, why it’s important for organizations and practitioners to recognize when they are suffering from it, and how to overcome it using her analysis action logic formula. Khrysty…
 
>> VIEW SHOW NOTES + RESOURCES Dashboards are a powerful data viz tool, but all too often, they are poorly done and not used to the best of their ability. Our guest today, joins us to shed light on what makes dashboards stand out and convey information in an accessible, impactful way. Andy Cotgreave is a Technical Evangelist at Tableau Software wit…
 
What can we do to make our data visualizations more accessible to more people, especially those with disabilities? In this episode, Frank Elavsky shares how we can integrate accessibility into our current data visualization workflow. It’s a skill just like anything else, so let’s get practicing! Show notes: https://dataviztoday.com/shownotes/63…
 
In this episode of the Tableau World Podcast, Emily talks with Frank Elevasky on accessibility in dataviz, the Chartability tool, and his three wishes. Check out Chartability, a tool to help you determine the accessibility of a viz, by going to: https://chartability.fizz.studio/ Follow Frank at: https://twitter.com/frankelavsky?lang=en…
 
Cole talks with professional “chart looker-atter” Steve Wexler, about his new book The Big Picture: How to Use Data Visualization to Make Better Decisions—Faster. Tune in for a conversation centered around evangelizing the transformative power of data visualization in an organization, including the value of visualizing for “aha!” (not “ooh and aah”…
 
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