Styl prezentacji danych jest ważnym aspektem raportów. Użyta kolorystyka oraz metody wyróżniania mają znaczący wpływ na sposób odbioru, a także szybkość zrozumienia danych. Mają zwykle na celu zwrócenie uwagi na najważniejsze informacje, mogą wskazywać na pewne zależności lub wartości odstające, a nieodpowiednie ich użycie może prowadzić do nieporozumień czy nawet
In the second post of the 10 Commandments of Applied Econometrics series we discussed the issue of embedding statistical tools in the context of business problems. Today, I will present another commandment related to exploration and inspecting the data.
Organizations of all kinds operate in uncertain environments with challenging natural, political, socio-economic and cultural influences. These influences may affect their ability to meet their objectives. The uncertain economic situation of the past few years is a clear, real and pragmatic example of the effect of this uncertainty, something known
Neil Harbisson is completely colour-blind. He sees the world in greyscale. But that does not mean that Neil does not experience colour. Since 2004, he has worn an electronic ‘eye’ that turns the colours into sounds by wavelength. He now experiences the world as a series of tones. He dresses
Regular readers will be aware that in my last post, I made the case for a win-win approach for mature organisations to successfully deliver digital transformation. I think there are many ways we could explain this. Established organisations infrastructure may be old, or their work processes may be complex and
In my first article, I looked at the main areas covered by the 4th Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Directive from the EU. This post covers the amendments to that directive introduced by the 5th AML Directive, and suggests how organizations can address the requirements of the two directives. The 5th AML Directive: