DAMA Calgary Chapter April 2019 talk:
"Creating Powerful Data Vizualizations"
By Yogi Schulz of Corvelle Consulting
Thursday April 18th @8AM at the Suncor Calgary Office - 17th Floor, West Tower, 150 6th Ave SW
Yogi Schulz will increase our understanding of how to create powerful data visualizations. We’ve all sat through unreadable, confusing, boring, or even misleading presentations of data on charts. We’ll talk about how to make charts more powerful so that we communicate our message with more impact.
Yogi will describe these aspects of powerful data visualizations:
This presentation is not about best practices for PowerPoint presentations.
This presentation is about effectively communicating the results of big data analytics.
Mr. Schulz has over 40 years of Information Systems experience of which 30 have been spent as a consultant. Prior to founding Corvelle, he worked as a senior consultant with DMR Group Inc. He holds a B. Comm. from The University of Calgary, is a member of CIPS and holds its ISP designation. He served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Professional Petroleum Data Management (PPDM) Association for 20 years.
Yogi has presented at many conferences including oil & gas conferences. Yogi writes a monthly blog at ITWorldCanada.com. Yogi served as a member of the Board of Directors of the PPDM Association. He has written monthly columns for Computing Canada and The Calgary Herald that address IT management issues.
NOTE: Suncor Energy Centre is a Secure facility.
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Coffee/Tea & Networking at 8AM
Talk starts at 8:15 Sharp!
Talk ends by 9:15 then Q&A
Our meeting space is provided by Suncor - thank you Suncor and Dylan Miles
Coffee is once again sponsored by Newcomp Analytics - thanks Steve and Alex.