Wondering how dataviz can get you the Nobel prize?
Many data analysts and scientists are finding ways these days to produce astonishingly beautiful figures and release them for open use. These set of information & stats, are no longer be ignored by the fact that they are most often read by researchers than before.
Researchers are in constant search of ways to search not only for data, but also a lot of information that can be compared and presented on a single platform.
Here are some key points keeping in mind might help you winning a noble prize .
Your data should tell the story to positively engage the users. Users integration and participation is one indispensable step that should never be overlooked.
#Make It Visual:
It is an inherent human tendency to interpret images at a much faster rate than written or explained text. And so, it is always advisable to add more of the pictorial elements to the existing contents.
#Predict The Future:
Users are much more interested in what will happen in the future. Instead of just swinging around the past, projecting future values helps in active consumer engagement.
#Listen What Users Say:
“One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say, well said by Bryant H. McGill”. Listening to users needs & answering them helps in closure of an unseen gap set in between the presenter & end users.
#Project Information That Open Doors For Future Intrusion:
Information that ignites a spark for future intrusion is more likely admired by fellow colleagues and provides them a room to discover the new possibilities.
#Data That’ll Solve Dual Purpose:
Data that presents two ends of a successful campaign is preferred much more than the ones sniffing around a specific area only.
Addressing the current issues, how they have evolved during past and then providing answers at least once for these issues, helps in getting an active engagement & comprehension from audiences.
Keeping these simple tips in mind would definitely leave a positive impact on the viewers. And who knows, you might win a Nobel prize for an awesome presentation…