O'Reilly Webinar: Make your Data Over the Counter

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017
10:00am
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1 Hour
Online

Learn the over-the-counter data standards for effective data delivery.

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When a user looks at data that you provide them, does it deliver information clearly and meaningfully? Join this webcast with guest speaker, Jenny Grant Rankin, Ph.D. who developed the research behind over-the-counter data. Thanks to her research, we now know that unless your reports and dashboards adhere to a set of guidelines, your users may not trust or understand the data they are presented with.

In this webcast you'll learn:

  • What are the Over The Counter Data Standards?
  • What are the research-based statistics for using these standards?
  • What can you do to your reports to adhere to the standards?

About Jenny Grant Rankin, Ph.D., Lecturer at University of Cambridge

Jenny Grant Rankin, Ph.D. teaches the PostDoc Masterclass at University of Cambridge (teaching postdoctoral researchers how to best display their data based on how people understand and learn) but lives most of the year in California researching and writing books. Dr. Rankin served as an award-winning teacher, school administrator, district administrator, and chief education & research officer of an edtech company. Most of Dr. Rankin's books relate to data and educational technology. Dr. Rankin has been honored by the U.S. White House for her contributions.

About Shane Swiderek, Product Marketing Manager at TIBCO

Shane Swiderek is a technology marketing professional at TIBCO Software based in San Francisco, California. He focuses on TIBCO Jaspersoft, an embeddable BI and reporting platform. He studied marketing at the University of Arizona where he was president of the local American Marketing Association chapter. He’s previously held marketing, sales and technical roles at Gigya and Apple. In his spare time Shane is a long distance runner, fly fisherman, and has a passion for new technologies.

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