General Data Simulation

Data Visualization Course

One of the most effective ways to understand and analyze data, especially large datasets, is to present them visually. Constructing visualizations that effectively convey specific data requires analytical thinking, familiarity with statistical fundamentals, and skills in design and art.

Attempting to comprehend and analyze data, particularly large and complex datasets, poses numerous challenges for analysts both technically and in terms of presenting the data in a simple visual manner to others within the organization. Working with such data, visual representation is efficient for rapid and clear understanding. Creating precise visualizations tailored to the data demands analytical skills, deep data understanding, statistical knowledge, and graphic design and art skills.

This course focuses on universal approaches to data visualization and does not emphasize specific tools. The emphasis lies in understanding principles of visual representation, extracting focused messages from data, and creating an insightful analytical experience for the reader. Students learn to integrate numerical data, graphs, graphics, and symbols to create a holistic picture from the data. Throughout the course, students gain the ability to understand, derive insights, and efficiently present data in a convincing manner.

Today, there are many data visualization tools available that offer immediate solutions for visualizing data, including Tableau, Power BI, Qlik, Excel, PowerPoint, and more.

During the course, emphasis is placed on the principles of data visualization and human visual perception.

Course Structure:

  • Graphs and Charts: The course focuses on creating various graphs and charts, including bar, line, pie, and scatter plots, to display relevance, trends, and data distribution.
  • Maps and Images: The course covers methods for creating maps and visually presenting geographical data. Maps allow identification of multiple questions such as hotspots, injuries, or geographical dispersion.
  • Diagrams and Spatial Representations: The course explores spatial diagrams like histograms and scatter plots. These aid in illustrating data distribution across different dimensions.
  • Comparison and Contrast: The course teaches how to compare different sets of data, understand differences, and find patterns between them.
  • Advanced Presentations: The course delves into methods for presenting complex data, including multi-dimensional and temporal data, as well as dynamic visualizations.

The General Data Visualization course delves into the diverse applications of data visualization, including Data Journalism and Data Art. The course equips students with a range of skills to derive insights from data and bring them to life through creativity and visual language.

In the realm of Data Journalism, the course explores how data visualization can be used to provide fact-based news reports. Students learn how to combine diverse and high-quality data to create engaging and informative journalistic content, turning raw information into structured and clear narratives.

Furthermore, the course emphasizes the field of Data Art, where data transforms into unique artistic creations. Students practice creating data-driven artworks, where a deep understanding of information merges with aesthetic creation.

This comprehensive General Data Visualization course is rich in inspiration and creative possibilities, empowering students to apply their insights across various domains. It aids in generating new and artistic insights from data.

Course Content

Components of Data Visualization
Data Visualization Tools
Familiarity with Visual Elements
Visual Perception vs. Verbal Perception
Usage Fields of Data Visualization: Data Journalism, Data Art
Data Storytelling
Purpose of Data Visualization
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Benny Cohen

Real Time Group Founder and CEO

  • M.Sc. in Communication Engineering
  • B.Sc. in Electronics Engineering
  • Lecturer and Head of the Cyber and Information Security Course at RT-Group, with over 20 years of experience in software/hardware system development, including 6 years in the cybersecurity industry.
  • Specializes in penetration testing and provides training both domestically and internationally. Conducts penetration testing (PT) for security companies as well as leading enterprises in the industry.

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