Important stories about complex industries such as oil & gas can be difficult to tell. Thankfully, they often are also very rich in data – data which can be used to interactively illustrate the story for readers, making it more engaging and meaningful. Come hear how data visualization and industries expert Dallas Salazar, collaborating with Power BI MVP Greg Deckler, recently used data and Power BI to draw readers into a complicated story and leave them wanting more.

Experienced and aspiring data storytellers, you won’t want to miss the chance to learn:

  • How to find or create the right visualization to bring your data-driven story to life.
  • Why Power BI is a great tool for creating data visuals to help tell complex stories.
  • The process of using a SandDance custom visual to tell a complicated oil & gas industry story.
  • What resources are available to continue learning about Power BI to tell your data-driven stories.

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When: 5/31/2017 10:00 a.m. PT

 

About the presenters

Corina Radovanovich works on the Microsoft Communications team. She gets excited about telling stories with and about data.

Dallas Salazar is highly regarded for the data-driven articles he publishes at Seeking Alpha. He is also owner / CEO of an Austin-based enterprise consulting firm that specializes in private company lifecycle management, up to and including taking companies public, and in helping consult publicly traded companies ranging in market cap from $100 million to $500 million. Dallas has a specialization in deal flow management and is often the referring and closing source of joint ventures and broader M&A.

Greg Deckler is a Director at Fusion Alliance and the Solution Director of Cloud Services, as well as a Microsoft MVP for Data Platform. With over twenty years of experience, Greg excels at assisting Fortune 500 firms with global systems by delivering professional services related to data and business intelligence, enterprise collaboration, web architecture and design, business process improvement/automation, enterprise architecture, identity management, application development, core infrastructure design and optimization, and project management.