Insight From Data Dashboards: A big chunk of the work pertains to the data itself, and when it’s done well, a small portion of the effort pertains to the visual layer.
11 steps to generate insight from data using visual dashboards. Data analytics is often messy and iterative, so this workflow can serve as a guide. We begin by uncovering a key question of interest for the customer. We end with a narrative explaining how the dashboard’s insights address the question. This workflow is not dependent on any one technology, though at Fuzeium we use Microsoft Power BI (and an assortment of other tools).
Generating insight from data takes an assembly of skills and roles–often in the form of an integrated team. We display the main areas as an arch. The red keystone, which is the business domain knowledge, holds the arch together. The left side of the arch is more technical; the right side less so. The narrative is very important in terms of explaining how the analysis of data has led to insight.
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On Sep 20, 2018 between 2:00-4:00pm.
At the Palliser Conference Centre Amphitheater in Calgary.
Microsoft has showcased one of Fuzeium’s Power BI Report / Dashboards.
You can access the dashboard and the video from their site.