Telling Stories with Data in 3 Steps (Quick Study) reviews

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Setup, conflict, resolution.

You know right away when you see an effective chart or graphic. It hits you with an immediate sense of its meaning and impact. But what actually makes it clearer, sharper, and more effective? In this video, Scott Berinato, author of “Good Charts” and “Good Charts Workbook”, walks through the three essential ingredients of any story–including those told with data.

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  1. Adham Magdy farouk

    I hate you

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  2. Rodolfo Ricardo

    Amazing!

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  3. Krishnamurthy Hunagund

    Nice video. Which software do you use for the graphs?

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  4. Ahsan Mohammed

    Delivery format is too compact.
    Fit for TikTok, not YouTube.

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  5. Kevin Trump

    Nice, improves clarity and simplicity in using data

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  6. Clement GAVI

    When we hear the word 'conflict' we deploy what we have in our categories of understanding to make it intelligible. In our categories of understanding conflict refers to opposition of two entities. I wonder how if you have to tell a story by using data a change in the data must be labeled 'conflict'/

    For instance if a benefit, in other words something that per se positive has increased, there is a change in the data, so even a positive change must be a conflict in story telling.

    Why not the idea of 'alterity' that refers to the otherness.

    If we are in a world full of trouble we shouldn't banalize certain words till to give account of a change in the data, you must consider it as conflict

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  7. Navanjun Grewal

    Very interesting look at this topic! Thanks.

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  8. Kerry Moy

    Very interesting! Thanks for posting.

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  9. Richard Abbe

    Very interesting! Thanks for the great video!

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  10. Gautam Shenoy

    Maybe I'm too immature to understand this, but according to me this is bs

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  11. Polly Pocket

    Thanks! This will help with my graduate project.

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  12. Rapid Insight

    Wow – the before & after (data only vs after you applied the narrative framework) really drives home the point. Nice work!

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  13. FlatStella1

    nice 🙂

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  14. Monika Sharma

    Great and easy way of understanding thank you!

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  15. ArrogantBaSStard

    Is the term “conflict” in this context an area or point of immediate or dramatic variance in the data? Not necessarily a negative event? Or am I misunderstanding the meaning of “conflict”. Thanks for the great video!

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  16. Twilight Gardens presentations

    Using this in my writing bro. Thank you for your clarity. Cross disciplinary study fuels innovation.

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  17. Naileen28

    Great and easy way of understanding thank you!

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  18. Sirisak Sirisak

    Focus on changing point of comparison group by time line.

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  19. Rizki Kurniawan

    so what is the resolution?

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  20. naosouumrotulo

    I bought yout book Scott

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  21. Shravan Kumar

    Do any one tries on any other sample data? Please share your data story here. An YouTube video would be great.

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  22. Benjamin G

    Brilliant explanation on how to interpret data and how to communicate

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  23. Anthony Miyazaki

    Great explanation Scott. (We've assigned Good Charts to our Master of Science in Marketing students. It's essential reading for ANYONE who wants to visualize data.)

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  24. R B

    Great video! Excellent way to illustrate what's meant by storytelling with data! On the chart and data used in the example here, would it make more sense to use a log scale? The percentage change matters, but a straight index scale with a 2005 reference point distorts that. For example, the change from 0.2 to 1.0 is a huge 5x (400%) increase but is visually represented the same as a 1.0 to 1.8 (80%) increase in the scaling choice here.

    I've read Berinato's "Good Charts" book many times, it's excellent and I highly recommend it.

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  25. VKottonya

    Presentation skills demystified. No wonder most people doze off during power-point presentations. Tell the story!

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  26. Hector Rabellino

    Amazing, you actually gave a life to this bunch of lines and numbers. Great video!

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  27. Sunil Singh

    The same principle has been used in Avenger infinity war hahahhahahahhahah, thanks

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  28. 1

    fascinating!

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  29. Maarten

    great video, thnx!

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