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Data Visualization & Reporting

After we collect and analyze data, an important next step is to think about how findings are being shared back. The first thing we start with is who we are communicating with. From there, we are able to share insights at the right level of detail and technicality. This helps ensure we capture the attention … more »
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Overlapping Column Charts: A Quick Actual v. Goal Comparison

Hello there! I’m writing you as a follow up to a workshop I recently facilitated with Nicole Huggett, MSW, for the Arizona Evaluation Network in Phoenix. A big focus of our time together was spent on covering visualization options for comparing goals and pre-post results. One of the popular charts we discussed were overlapping column … more »
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For the consultants and consultants-to-be: expert advice.

Are you considering consulting? Whether you are thinking about venturing out on your own or have already started, this two-part series will arm you with advice from seasoned consultants! Dr. Stephanie Evergreen and Ann K. Emery will be featured, providing their insight on common questions consultants (or consultants-to-be) might have. Note: both are heavily focused … more »
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How to Customize Colors in Tableau

How to Customize Colors in Tableau Now you’ve got some fonts that aren’t basic, how about some custom colors? I really like matching my visualizations to my report, which is almost always based on the color scheme of the organization I’m working with. Let me tell you though, this can be a bit of a … more »
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