Number of slides: 3
Another template from our Data Driven Collection. In order for the data to be presented in a meaningful way, we recommend that you use different charts and graphs. Those are a great alternative for giving the learners a lot of information at a quick glance. This template can be easily adapted to your specific data sets and aesthetic needs. You can easily update them in Excel by just right clicking on the graph and by selecting ‘Edit data in…’.
Displaying your Data
Start the presentation with a convenient pie chart. Show your audience the different metrics and KPIs of the company and how they affect its overall development. You can easily show numerical proportions where each slice of the pie will represent a proportional quantity of the whole. Based on the underlying data, you will create powerful stories to tell to your audience. The template will enable you to provide an easy-to-follow framework for planning the data of different projects.
Another great alternative for data driven presentation is the area chart. It is based on the line chart and allows for presenting graphically quantitative data. You can show multiple data series that have part-to- whole relationships or use it for a cumulative series of values. In addition to depicting a time-series relationship, the area visually represents volume.
When presenting relevant data, it is important to know your audience and what exactly they want to hear. You can make a successful data selection with this template and find creative solutions for the possible issues that may arise. Also, you can present the possible outliers that your data might have. These will enable you to tell an interesting story, because such details usually surprise and fascinate the audience.
You can provide an easy-to-follow framework for planning the data sets
Pie charts and area charts for a convenient presentation
A template that will create a powerful story from your multiple data series
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