TPPI's Data Visualization Workshop with Ann K. Emery (Responses)
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TimestampThe most useful thing I learned today was...If we had more time, I would've loved to learn more about...Additional feedback for the instructor or for workshop organizers:
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9/8/2017 10:15:54how to use excel to make pivot tables, input formulas, and make data easier to understand in reports and presentationsmore practice using the tables to create graphsA part II would be great! more focused on using data to create various graphs
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9/8/2017 10:16:12How to use a pivot tableMore presentation skillsOne of the best workshops I've ever attended!!! Every single thing we did was useful!!!
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9/8/2017 10:40:52The tools I found most useful for my work are the questions to ask to identify who's the audience, examples for as- is and telling a story with data, then I will use excel spreadsheet skills to make sheets, pivot tables/charts, through cleaning the data to represent the right chart needed for audience as snapshot or monitoring. I would've loved to learn more about use of white space, fonts, and colors for visuals. The Great Graphs workbook and presentation were effective and efficient for my needs with data.
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9/8/2017 11:15:31Loved the intro to pivot tables - can't wait to experiment more with these. Also really excited about the square pies and diverging bar charts.A deeper dive into pivot tables and how to construct square pies/diverging bar charts.Workshop was fantastic - thanks so much!
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9/8/2017 14:32:30We should not overload our graphs with overkill. We don't need boarders, 3-D effects, nor graphs that have fonts that are hard to read; less frills and need information based on the audience receiving the information.We could do more hands on charts and graphs and do more to understand excel functions in general. I really enjoyed Ann's workshop.
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9/8/2017 15:23:38getting a refresher on excelfinding ways to strategically use clip art, where to find clip art or how to design and infographic.It was a bit difficult to get a flow to the presentation because there were a lot of differences to everyone's excel capabilities. There was a lot of stopping to explain simple steps. Perhaps material can be sent out ahead of time for participants to review excel basics. The presenter did a great job of keeping with the flow and being flexible to the different levels of understanding.
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9/8/2017 15:43:24Loved learning short cuts in the program. Very practical information on how to layout charts and graphs to highlight the information you want highlighted. Simplifying the way we do things. Continuation from yesterday, by building excel spreadsheets with information and then creating more grafts. This workshop was very well organized. Ann was a very good presenter, even if it was "nerd" information, and put in in terms and steps that anyone can apply and understand.
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9/9/2017 10:17:02The value of Pivot TablesWaffle charts and power point tipsAnn did a fabulous job. I was amazed with her patience and kindness
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9/10/2017 17:22:22Hard to name just one - but for starts, I had no idea how to create a pivot table, and so much more.I'd like a more advanced class in about six month. Let me get some practice with this first.Awesome!
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9/10/2017 20:37:53creating chartspivot graphsEnjoyed the training
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9/11/2017 9:16:18Pivot Tables - I had used them, but getting more practice and understanding them more was very helpful.Advanced pivot tables. Just kidding. I thought the information shared about graphing was very helpful and look forward to putting it into use. I can't think of anything else I would have wanted to learn at the moment.Great workshop!
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9/11/2017 17:08:26Everything! Especially the Pivot TableHow to make more calculations in the table or how to make more types of tables.Very good!
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