odibio – data story tellers
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These days, to help understand data across your organisation, you need creative people! Do not just bring data scientists, bring designers, and perhaps artists, and poets. odibio can help you uncover the stories and share them among your people.
Sometimes all we need to convince… is a good visual of what we are trying to tell! odibio can assist you to with gathering the necessary data, creating the needed plot and creating the visual representation of it all. This can be done as a one off, for a presentation, or even as an infographic.
You need a data specialist, and you need him/her now! Give us a call and we can arrange a data specialist, or data-visualisation specialist on short notice!
Remember History classes? I’ve always enjoyed them. I thought it was a very cool combination of facts, figures, and a lot of (un)important details. All this brought together in fantastic (true) stories, astonishing facts, and the most amazing correlations in historical events. Quite a lot of people I know, did not enjoy their history classes. They disliked the endless […]
I just found a new companion when it comes to storytelling in explanatory data. Ask Siri what zero is, divided by zero, and the screen will show you this: But listen to the accompanying text “Imagine that you have zero cookies and you split them evenly among zero friends. How many cookies does each […]
David McCandless, blogger and owner of www.informationisbeautiful.net and author of “Information is Beautiful” and “Knowledge is Beautiful” (link), came up with this beautiful insight on what happens if you don’t follow the Information>Story>Goal>Form process when sharing your insights. A lot of the data visualisations I come across are still down below in this graph… Boring, useless, […]