COVID-19 has enforced a ‘data detox’ for all businesses, particularly those in the arts and cultural sector. So how to approach data and evaluation in this new environment? Counting What Counts' Managing Director John Knell shares the number one mindset you should adopt.
What are you trying to learn from your data? In this series, Culture Counts' Data Scientist, Tom McKenzie shares how applying the 'so, what?' principle can help guide you to creating meaningful chart designs. This practical how-to demonstrates some common chart types and why they are useful for answering different questions and highlighting different insights. First up: charts for displaying how data is distributed.
Over the past six years, Culture Counts has conducted over 400 economic impact studies to quantify how audience spending at events and activations contributes to the local economy. Business Development Director, Jordan Gibbs, explores Culture Counts' methodology for measuring economic impact and reveals the average results we've seen to date.
The right chart can work wonders for a report, revealing new information, neatly summarising your data and, helping support your conclusions (not to mention breaking up pages of boring text). So how can you work out which chart to use? Data Analyst, Jack Midalia shares some tips.
It's an understatement to say that 2020 has been a challenging year, particularly for many of you reading this. The impacts of COVID-19 have been immense, but we have united to face their challenges and your commitment, perseverance and genuine innovation has been extraordinary to witness.