The Effective Statistician - in association with PSI

The Effective Statistician - in association with PSI

The Effective Statistician - in association with PSI

Getting to a good visualization

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In this second episode. I talk about how you can get a good visualization. Here are the following important tips:

  • Importance of details
  • Co-creation with the audience
    • Example launch slide set
    • KOL engagment
    • Multiple review rounds
  • Testing and refinement
  • Example trial level safety analyses
  • Iterative approach - validation level - documentation - fast turn arounds
  • Start with pen and paper and develop together fast
  • Focus on the larger topics like which plot to use first and then fine-tune to a more detailed level (examples for each)
    • Use of colour
    • Title
    • Labels, legends
    • Alignment
    • Footnotes
    • Supporting text
  • Dashboards (examples of each)
    • Filter and sorting options
    • Arrangement of multiple displays
    • Highlighting options
    • Hover over options
    • Digging deeper options
  • Encouraging and giving feedback

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About this podcast

The podcast from statisticians for statisticians to have a bigger impact at work. This podcast is set up in association with PSI - Promoting Statistical Insight. This podcast helps you to grow your leadership skills, learn about ongoing discussions in the scientific community, build you knowledge about the health sector and be more efficient at work. This podcast helps statisticians at all levels with and without management experience. It is targeted towards the health, but lots of topics will be important for the wider data scientists community.

by Alexander Schacht and Benjamin Piske, biometricians, statisticians and leaders in the pharma industry


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