Data visualization is ultimately the make-or-break moment for any data science operation or business analytics project. Develop a solid foundation for how to think about the visual interpretation and communication of data and data insights.
Learn how to communicate the story that data insights represent.
Master data visualization tools and techniques.
Discover how to select the right graphic for the right context.
Learning Data Science: Tell Stories With Data with Doug Rose
Learn how to ensure your data science stories engage your stakeholders and drives results.
1h 17m • COURSE
Data Visualization: Storytelling with Bill Shander
Learn the keys to telling a story with data from data visualization expert Bill Shander.
1h 37m • COURSE
Designing an Infographic with Nigel French
Learn how to build an infographic that makes complex information easy to understand and visually compelling.
1h 50m • COURSE
Learning Data Visualization (2014) with Bill Shander
Communicate complex ideas quickly and thoroughly with data visualization. Turn information into artwork and intrigue your audience.
3h 41m • COURSE
Designing a Data Visualization with Bill Shander
Learn how to build a data visualization in Illustrator, using scripting for speed, accuracy, and repeatability.
3h 38m • COURSE
Data Visualization: Best Practices with Amy Balliett
Build data visualizations that are accurate and compelling. Learn to create charts and graphs that look great and stand up to analysis.
1h 15m • COURSE
Data Visualization for Data Analysts with Bill Shander
Start thinking more clearly and strategically about data visualization. Learn the ten key components of great communication design and how to put them into practice in the slides, charts, diagrams, and templates you work with every day.
1h 31m • COURSE
Data Visualization Tips and Tricks with Matt Francis
Do data viz the right way, every time. Get data visualization tips and tricks for choosing the right visualization, charting relationships, visualizing data distributions, creating maps, and more.
2h 14m • COURSE
You'll learn data visualization skills with these experts
Doug Rose teaches Fortune 500s and next-gen project management professionals how to be agile and lead change.
Doug Rose specializes in organizational coaching, training, and change management. He's worked for more than 20 years transforming organizations with technology and training. He's helped several Fortune 500 clients optimize their business processes and improve productivity and delivery. His most recent book is Leading Agile Teams. He also teaches several lively and engaging courses at the University of Chicago, Syracuse University, Emory University, and the University of Virginia.
Doug has a master's degree in information management and a juris doctor (JD) degree. He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Agile Certified Professional (PMI-ACP), Certified ScrumMaster (CSM), Certified Scrum Professional (CSP), and CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+), as well as a Cloudera Certified Developer for Apache Hadoop (CCHD).
Bill Shander is CEO and founder of Beehive Media, an information design and data visualization agency.
Beehive's clients include knowledge-driven organizations such as PricewaterhouseCoopers, the World Economic Forum, Booz & Company, and Harvard University. Beehive helps their clients convert abstract concepts into tangible and understandable experiences via smart information design and data visualization.
Shander speaks at conferences and gives workshops for clients on data visualization, covering topics such as why data visualization is essential in today's marketing world (especially for firms that use thought leadership as a platform) and how to think visually and interactively.
Amy Balliett is the CEO and cofounder of Killer Infographics, an industry leader in visual communication.
She owned her first company, a candy store and ice cream parlor, at the age of 17. Following her move to Seattle, she built a successful career in SEO and marketing before cofounding Killer Infographics in 2010. In the five years since, the visual communication industry has evolved at an exponential pace with Killer Infographics at the helm. Balliett has made a name for herself as a leader in the industry and has shared what she's learned as both an instructor for the School of Visual Concepts and a presenter at AdobeMAX, the Seattle Interactive Conference, SXSW V2V, and more.
Killer Infographics has designed more than 4,000 infographics, motion graphics, and interactive graphics for over 300 clients around the globe, including Microsoft, Boeing, Adobe, Nikon, Starbucks, the National Endowment for the Arts, the United Nations, and more.
Matt Francis loves data and using Tableau to create interactive data visualizations.
By day he works at one of the world's largest DNA sequencing labs. There he creates Tableau dashboards that enable the DNA sequencing pipelines to keep track of the thousands of DNA samples and the data they produce. Since discovering and installing Tableau four years ago, he has become a champion for Tableau within the institute and loves to share the good news of data viz to anyone who will listen.
By night Matt creates vizzes on Tableau Public, on topics ranging from sunspots and Premier League injuries to a treasure hunting game, malaria, and more. He is heavily engaged in the Tableau community through his blog, which contains tutorials and commentary, as well as Twitter (about one-third of his tweets are Tableau related). He is also cohost of The Tableau Wannabe Podcast, which features a mix of discussion, guest interviews, and good banter, making it a must-listen for all who love Tableau. Matt has interviewed many of the biggest names in Tableau, including Tableau CEO Christian Chabot.
He has attended the last seven Tableau Customer Conferences in London and presented at five of them, on topics ranging from storytelling with data to dashboard design and expert tips and tricks. He has also attended and presented at the last two Tableau Conferences in the United States.
Matt's proudest achievement to date occurred in 2014 when his contributions were acknowledged with the title of Tableau Zen Master.