Charts are very useful to visualise data, facilitating their reading and analysis. However, for a chart to be useful, it has to show us something of value. And that’s why it is important to choose the right chart. We will use data from the Gapminder website [https://www.gapminder.org/] for showing some examples and use the main … Continue reading How to choose the right chart?
Data have no meaning, only information has. Data are just a list of numbers or a set of words. Information is data that has been analysed in a certain way to provide meaning regarding a certain topic. The first step to do this, the most important and probably the most difficult, is not to assume … Continue reading How to analyse data?
Information is all around us and in great supply. We just need to go to the internet and put a word in a search engine and thousands of results will appear. So, the question is not if information will be available, but which information should we pay attention to. We can guide ourselves through 4 … Continue reading How to search for information?
Planning and managing a project is all about information: collect it, analyse it, take decisions based on it. How you choose to do this sequence will be the ground where your work will flourish. If you choose badly will it mean that the project will not be successful? Well, no. It just means that you … Continue reading How to manage a project?