The Value of Data Questions

Post by: Steve Tadeo, Cover photo by: Photo by Anna Nekrashevich Post Images by: Emma Calvo Balcells Not all questions are created equal! “If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I knowContinue reading “The Value of Data Questions”

Don’t Look At The Mountain. Look At The Next Five Steps.

Post by Allen Hillery; Photo by Sarah Nell-Rodriquez December 1, 2022 would have been Gerald Lawson’s 82nd birthday. Gerald Lawson and his team developed the technology that made interchangeable cartridges on my Atari 2600 possible. This in turn gave me hours of endless fun playing pac-man and Donkey Kong as a kid. He was knownContinue reading “Don’t Look At The Mountain. Look At The Next Five Steps.”

Jason Thompson sheds light on anxiety and imposter syndrome.

For most of my life, I’ve been a very anxious person. My earliest memories of the fear that anxiety produces are from when I was around 8 years old. I had no idea what these feelings were, they felt alien, in my mind, I was the only person in the world that felt like this. The fear got so severe I had thoughts of being committed to some research institution, hooked up to all sorts of machines, so that people could study why I was having these alien feelings.

Psychology is the Key to Data Literacy

Article written by Nicola Osinaike, Illustration by Alex Green The term ‘Data Literacy’ is far from new. Advocates around the world continue to explain why the ability to read, understand, create, and communicate using data (Data Literacy) is vital. But why? It is acknowledged that individuals with these key skills help organisations make better decisionsContinue reading “Psychology is the Key to Data Literacy”

Will You Let Rudolph Join in the Reindeer Games?

Article written by: Allen Hillery, Feature Photo by Tim Gouw from Pexels November is that time of year when you start to reflect on end of year activities. A lot of us are also planning for Holiday seasons with family and friends. In fact, this is the time where you start hearing, “Let’s circle backContinue reading “Will You Let Rudolph Join in the Reindeer Games?”

Dzifa Amexo discusses her data career journey and why you should be reading her Yelp reviews.

Brunch with Dzifa. This past labor day weekend Sarah Rodriquez, Dzifa Amexo and myself met up in person for the first time. It was a fun and emotional reunion of sorts. Like most pandemic friendships of late, we all met online. Sarah and I met on a data literacy Slack channel and have been collaboratingContinue reading “Dzifa Amexo discusses her data career journey and why you should be reading her Yelp reviews.”

Using Data to Address Racial Bias in Soccer Commentary

Article by Adedamola Ladipo, Photo by Pixabay The 2020 Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) European Football Championship in summer 2021 was one of the most exciting soccer tournaments in years. Following the highs and lows of each match, I was left feeling inspired to create a soccer-related data visualization. After some searching, I cameContinue reading “Using Data to Address Racial Bias in Soccer Commentary”

Realizing the Promise of Data Analytics

Article by Steve Tadeo and Allen Hillery, Photo by Stein Liland Today for many organizations the business benefit of data analytics is still just a promise. Everyone agrees that analytics present limitless possibilities of business impact and competitive advantage but realizing these benefits have been a challenge.  Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Google are leaders inContinue reading “Realizing the Promise of Data Analytics”