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Fri 6 Nov 2015
10:00 - 17:00

Venue: King's College, Audit Room

Provided by: Graduate School of Life Sciences


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Clear Vision - Presenting data without the fog

Fri 6 Nov 2015


Many basic numeric messages are inadequately communicated because of poor presentation. This course illustrates some of the problems and demonstrates ways to improve the reception of messages by different target audience. This one-day course is the foundation to all presentations of statistical information. The basic principles of presenting information in tables, charts, maps and text are explained. These are illustrated and then reinforced through practical exercises.

The course is for anyone who is involved in communicating statistics to non-statisticians, or who reports on data within organisations, to specific communities and to the general public where a message is being delivered.

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GSLS Members - PhD and Postdocs


Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainer
1 Fri 6 Nov 2015   10:00 - 17:00 10:00 - 17:00 King's College, Audit Room map

Course outline:

  • Understanding the audience
  • Presenting numbers in different formats (tables, charts, maps and text)

Learning outcomes:

  • A complete understanding of the principles of presenting data in different forms
  • A greater insight into how different audiences interpret and appreciate numbers
  • To review and to gain an appreciation of the basic principles of presenting numbers
  • To understand how some simple changes to presentation can significantly aid the understanding of the message

A highly interactive workshop led by Ed Swires-Hennessy, statistical consultant and Hon Treasurer at the Royal Statistical Society


1 full day

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