Data visualization is a muscle. The more you work it, the stronger you become. Explore some interesting examples of people performing daily, or regular, practice doing data visualization and how that helped them improve their data visualization skills.
(bright music) … - Practice makes perfect. … Put your 10,000 hours in, do the work. … How many different ways are there to say the same thing? … If you actually do something again and again, … put in the time, practice the skills, you will improve. … This is not a revolutionary idea. … So, what's the lesson here other than practice? … I'd like to talk a little bit about how to practice. … First of all, focus in on something that interests you. … This can take many forms. … For instance, maybe you're passionate about … solving a social problem like homelessness. … Perfect. … Go find data about homelessness, dive in … and discover and tell stories about the insights … in the data. … Your passion for the subject matter, … will lead you down some really interesting paths. … Alternatively, if you don't have a topic … that drives your passion, but you absolutely love to draw, … then do all of your practicing, … making hand drawn visualizations. … Or maybe you love to read Russian literature. …
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