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Isaac is currently the Head of Data Science at Altis Consulting, Australia’s largest and most experienced Information Management consulting firm in Australia/New Zealand.
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Jay is currently the Data storytelling expert and Lead Trainer at DataSeer. He was a winner of the 2017 Grab Data Visualization challenge.
Advanced Visualization and Dashboard Design is aimed at the professional who already possesses fundamental data visualization and data storytelling skills. A natural continuation point from Data Storytelling for Business, this course provides participants with the skills needed to produce stunning, understandable business dashboards and graphs. Taught using a variety of visualization tools, the course covers the keys to designing for interactivity and drill down effects. The course also covers less commonly used but valuable visualization methods, including methods for visualizing networks and flows. Dashboard design is covered in detail, with participants creating a dashboard ‘makeover’ during the class practical workshop.
This course is suited to any professional who wants to improve their data visualization and dashboard skills.
Isaac is currently the Head of Data Science at Altis Consulting, Australia’s largest and most experienced Information Management consulting firm in Australia/New Zealand. A passionate data science educator, Isaac has lectured in analytics and statistical theory at the Australian National University, AIM and the University of Canberra. Learn more >>
Jay is currently the Data storytelling expert and Lead Trainer at DataSeer, and Head of Operations at Magpie.IM, an online payments startup.
In his prior role, Jay was the Head of the Manila Shared Services Center for Kforce (Nasdaq: KFRC) and a Business Development Director at analytics company, Sencor.
Jay holds an MBA and B.S. in Mathematics from Ateneo de Manila University.
He was a winner of the 2017 Grab Data Visualization challenge.
Required Laptop Specs
- Intel i3 processor, 2GB RAM
- Either Mac or Windows operating system
- Excel 2010 or 2013