dsc330 | undergraduate
Data Communication And Visualization For Business
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Introduction to Applied Visualizations for Business
- Identify key elements of effective visualization for business decision-making.
- Analyze techniques used to build context, create effective visuals, and reduce clutter.
- Assess key principles of effective visualization design.
- Interpret visualization graphics for management decisions.
- Determine the most effective options for displaying various types of data in visualization software packages.
- Explain how visualization designers and professionals add value to data analytics.
Creating the Story
- Interpret information from dashboards for use in strategic storytelling.
- Make decisions using visualization graphics that combines data from various sources.
- Compare dashboard architecture options.
- Create a dashboard with combined graphics in order to communicate a strategy.
- Evaluate story elements of a case study.
- Identify best practices in the use of animation.
Complete Story Creation
- Visualize an applied case study in order to analyze a specific industry.
- Create a storyboard supporting a visualization strategy.
- Demonstrate methods used to effectively visualize story elements.
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