Data visualization means one thing to someone doing a few charts for a PowerPoint deck, something else to a data journalist, and something different yet again to someone analyzing billions or trillions of rows of data in industry. Learn about the tools, systems, and processes being developed now that are democratizing access to all of us, at every level.
(upbeat music) … - Why do organizations visualize data? … And you can't really ask that question … without repeating the question with a one word change. … Why do organizations analyze data? … It's not just for their health, right? … It serves a purpose. … Actually, you know what, you could say … it is just for their health, … because the health of every organization depends on it. … It's about knowing what's going on in the organization … so you can optimize for positive results. … This applies to every corner of a company. … The performance of its employees, … the happiness of their customers, … efficient processes, you name it. … Of course, it's primarily aimed … at improving their bottom line. … Whether that's profits for a company, … impact for a non-governmental organization, … or however they define bottom line. … We look at data to know what's happening, … to predict future possibilities … and prescribe changes to improve. … In other words, data analysis and visualization … is all about enabling smart decisions. …
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