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BENEFITS OF DOCUMENT

  1. Learn how to "declutter" a graph and allow a better focus/communication on what is being graphed
  2. Ability to achieve a much more rapid review, assimilation, and understanding of data.
  3. Acquire the capability to identify key problem contributors much quicker than looking at the raw data.

DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION

Radar Charts and Dot Plots are part of the Graphical Analysis Techniques. Learn how using these two methods will provide you insights into data. These two tools are part of the basis for effective problem solving and/or participating in a business. The radar chart (also called the spider chart, web chart, polar chart, and star plots) is an informative visual tool in which multiple variables (three or more) are compared on a two-dimensional plane. It consists of a sequence of equi-angular spokes, called radii, with each spoke representing one of the variables. A Dot Plot is a graphical display of data using dots. Their major advantage is that they can "declutter" a graph and allow a better focus/communication on what is being graphed
Learners will get a comprehensive understanding of these two approaches for demystifying data. Many problems can be solved using these types of data visualization tools. In addition, these techniques are essential for anyone pursuing advanced problem-solving methods such as Lean, Lean Six Sigma, and Process Management. These two graphical analysis techniques are also invaluable for management and executives. These graphical analysis techniques provide the user with the ability to generate visual information which can be processed more than 10,000 times faster than text or numbers.

What This Course Provides
This 19-page course provides learners with a thorough understanding of the terminology and methodology associated with Radar Charts and Dot Plots. This course provides learners step-by-step instructions on how they are done, examples of how to create, and how to interpret the results. It is presented in FranklinGood's comprehensive and highly visual learning format. This course will help learners solve problems by obtaining insights from raw data, helping to find the "gold nuggets" in mountains of data.

Learning Objectives
- Create visual displays of data to describe and summarize a set of numbers or statistics.
- Be able to visually display complex data and interpret the data.
- Acquiring the capability to identify key problem contributors much quicker than looking at the raw data.
- How to get from data to a story that informs
- To be able to find order out of data chaos using graphs
- Ability to achieve a much more rapid review, assimilation, and understanding of data.

Train the Trainer Services
Train the Trainer services can be conducted via virtual or on-site for this course. Please request details and pricing using the email address found in the course material.

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