2 Months, Online
6-8 hours per week
As big data advances into every industry and organization, finding ways to effectively share and communicate data with diverse audiences remains challenging. Data visualization provides decision makers with a visual representation of their analytics that makes data easier to understand, parse, and act upon. Taught via live online sessions, this course is ideal for professionals or students who want to learn how to characterize the data required to create effective visualizations—and build practical skills using visualization tools that bring their data to life.
The Data Visualization course is ideal for professionals or students seeking to gain an understanding of data visualization, especially in the context of presenting data to make a compelling proposition. The course also teaches hands-on skills using Python, R, Power BI and D3.js.DOWNLOAD BROCHURE
If you are unable to attend the live sessions, a recording of the session would be made available on the Emeritus Learning Management System.
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Carmen has over 25 years of experience as an Analytics and Data Management expert. He is a recognized leader in the Analytics, Data Visualization, Data Science, Data Governance, and “Big Data” space.
Currently, Carmen heads up Global Data Management and Governance for State Street Bank and Trust Co. as the company moves to a data-centric, governed, ontology approach, embracing data as a key asset within the organization. Prior to State Street, Carmen has held global roles in Analytics, Data Architecture, and Informatics. Additionally, he has built and led an Information and Analytics Practice for Slalom in Boston, which focuses on working with clients to enable business-focused, high-impact analytics solutions driven by modern data architecture’s platforms.
Carmen is an adjunct professor at Merrimack College teaching Data Management as well as Government, Law, and Ethics in their online graduate Data Science program. Additionally, he teaches Data Warehousing, Visualization, Advanced Cloud Computing, and Advanced Analytics at Northeastern University.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate from UC Berkeley Extension.