Part 4, Advanced How-Tos in Excel: September 16, 2015
Data Visualization Webinar Series, Part 4 of 4
Feel like you’ve exhausted Excel’s limited menu of graphing options? First, I’ll teach you about lesser-known charting secrets within Excel, like Change Chart Type, Switch Row/Column, and Reducing Gap Width. Then we’ll dive into advanced chart construction to build graphs that aren’t traditionally available within Excel. Together we’ll build small multiples bar charts, diverging stacked bar charts, slope graphs, panel charts, and dot plots.
This webinar is highly interactive; we’ll pause after each chart demonstration for hands-on practice within Excel. Materials for hands-on practice will be shared with registrants a couple days before the webinar.
Date and Time
The webinar will be held Wednesday, September 16, 2015 from 1 – 2 pm Eastern (2 – 3 pm Central).
Kudos for the Advanced How-Tos Webinar
“I’ve already been incorporating some of your tips into my reports and am getting positive feedback on the results.”
“I attended your webinar yesterday – that was a great workshop, thank you!!”
Watching @AnnKEmery‘s #DataViz How-Tos in Excel. Swooning over small multiples bar charts. A few clicks closer to becoming an #ExcelNinja.
— Christine Patton (@CL_Patton) February 20, 2015
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Data Analysts for Social Good is a learning community for nonprofit professionals. Data Analysts for Social Good has hosted conferences, seminars, online trainings, and happy hours. The group has grown to include hundreds from around the world and several hundred people are attending the Do Good Data 2015 conference in Chicago.
Register at http://dataanalystsforsocialgood.com/ beginning in Summer 2015.
Ann K. Emery equips organizations to visualize data more effectively. Within the past year alone, she has led more than 60 professional development trainings for more than 2,800 participants around the globe. Her design consultancy also overhauls graphs, publications, and slideshows with the goal of making data-heavy reports easier to digest for non-technical audiences. Recent clients include the United Nations, Centers for Disease Control, National Institutes of Health, and dozens of professional societies, associations, foundations, and nonprofits.