People skilled in data visualization are hard to come by: by Cole Nussbaumer Knaffic

Created: Thursday, October 27, 2022, posted by at 2:10 pm

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People skilled in data visualization are hard to come by. Part of the challenge is that data visualization is a single step in the analytical process. Those hired into analytical roles typically have quantitative backgrounds that suit them well for the other steps (finding the data, pulling it together, analyzing it, building models), but not necessarily any formal training in design to help them when it comes to the communication of the analysis–which, by the way, is typically the only part of the analytical process that your audience ever sees. And increasingly, in our ever more data-driven world, those without technical backgrounds are being asked to put on analytical hats and communicate using data.

Cole Nussbaumer Knaffic, in her book, Storytelling with Data: A Data Visualization Guide for Business Professionals.

Storytelling with Data

This is one of those books that helped change the thinking about not using complicated, text-heavy charts.

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