No idea how to present your data to management?

We live in a world where data is the new oil. Data are used to make important decisions, to shape business and social policies, and to understand the fundamental workings of nature. But data can be complicated, mysterious, and difficult to understand. It is more important than ever to be able to communicate data in a way that is comprehensible and memorable.

Why Is Data Analysis Important?

Informed decision-making:

you can understand where to invest your capital, detect growth opportunities, predict your incomes, or tackle uncommon situations before they become problems.

Reduce costs:

with the help of advanced technologies such as predictive analytics, businesses can spot improvement opportunities, trends, and patterns in their data and plan their strategies accordingly.

Target customers better:

you can understand which channels customer use to communicate with you, their demographics, interests, habits, purchasing behaviors, and more. In the long run, it will drive success to your marketing strategies.

Info Trek Recommended Learning Path – Data Management to Data Interpretation

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Power Pivot & Power Query

Power Pivot

• import data from multiple data sources into a single Excel workbook

• create relationships between heterogeneous data
• create calculated columns and measures using formulas
 
Power Query
 
• Import source from multiple data source
• Different methods to append (stack) data tables whether they are within the same file or spread across multiple source files
• A variety of transformation techniques and patterns to solve various data challenges
 
WHEN TO USE
 
Power Pivot
• Using large sets of data and need to compile multiple source data
• Need to manipulate data using formulas
• Automate data manipulation for future data
 
Power Query
• To extract only useful data from large and detailed data sets
• Cleanup data
• Automate the process of reshaping for future data

Powerful Visualization Using Power BI

Microsoft Power BI will help you analyze your organization’s data and uncover insights and trends. This course will show you how to link and model data in Power BI and create visual reports that reveal data insights.

TDTD: Transforming Data To Decision

• With little effort, you can organize and summarize large data sets using pivot table

• Analyzing data to see comparisons, patterns, and trends in your data

• Same data but you can view at different perspective to make business decision

Data Storytelling

The objective of the course is to demonstrate how to visualize data and build stories in a structured manner, with processed and analyzed data, to provide insights and solutions to different business areas and, finally to present the finding in a compelling way for lasting impression.

By the end of the course, the participants will be able to:

• Appreciate the power of data visualization and storytelling in conveying impactful ideas or solutions to businesses

• Develop expertise in data-driven decision making, to assimilate data from multiple sources, and build stories from them

• Be able to use structured thinking approaches to provide insights from data

• Learn a tool like Tableau for better data visualization, using different charting and dashboard preparation techniques

• Conceptualize some design principles and best practices related to data visualization and understand ethical issues related it

• Learn how to deliver impactful presentation using PowerPoint