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21 Sep 2021
Data Visualisation: How to bring your data to life

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Technical information and big data sets can be visually uninspiring and hard to understand.  To make your presentations and reports more engaging we will be demonstrating techniques to give your boring spreadsheets a whole new look. 

Melissa Bottomley, Data Visualisation Specialist at Mundipharma shares how popular tools Tableau and Power BI can easily turn complex and dry data into material that is more memorable, engaging, and most important easy to understand. 

Justification for attending this session:
This session gives an overview of how to present data in response to business requests, identify data gaps, and leverage data to drive business decisions.  

By attending this session, you will:
1.    Understand the difference between strong and poor data visualisation
2.    Know the importance of preparation and how to organise data for data visualisation in Power BI and Tableau for the desired outcome
3.    Understand how to pick the right chart for different data sets to ensure they convey the correct message
4.    Understand the popular data visualisation tools and the benefits to using them over Excel

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Melissa Bottomley

Data Visualisation Specialist at Mundipharma


An experienced BI Consultant and Developer able to gel relations between business users to technical resource; delivering meaningful solutions that add value and efficiency through improved data systems and analytics.

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