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Presenting Data Effectively: An Interview with Stephanie Evergreen

October 6th, 2013 · Comments

Stephanie Evergreen's new book on data visualization came out yesterday, so we asked her to join us again on the podcast to give us some highlights plus her thoughts about the role and future of data visualization in evaluation.  

You can purchase a copy of the book here.  

See you at AEA!

Kylie & James


Tags: Effective Presentation · Evaluator Skills

Everything but the Kitchen Sink

December 11th, 2012 · Comments

In this episode Kylie and James debrief their respective weeks in evaluation and end up covering a multitude of subjects including re-discovering one's stats skills, evaluator objectivity, and reporting to senior execs.

To see the Chris Lysy cartoon we reference click here.

Here's an example of the Post-it note technique Kylie refers to:


And the stock photo:


"Help, my son is a stock photo photographer..."

And here's the link to the Government of Canada's Treasury Board report, "2011 Health of the Evaluation Function" that we...uh...didn't get around to discussing.

Until next time,

James and Kylie

Tags: Evaluation Reporting · Effective Presentation · Miscellaneous

AEA’s Potent Presentations Initiative

August 17th, 2012 · Comments

In this podcast we feature our first guest, Stephanie Evergreen, Data Visualization Diva and Director of the AEA's new Potent Presentations Initiative (P2i).

As always, note that the views of our speakers do not necessarily represent their employers or clients.

Here are some of the links that Stephanie mentions:

Any comments you'd like to share?  Leave them below.

Kylie and James

Tags: Evaluation Reporting · Effective Presentation

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