To tell a good story, you will need to find a narrative for your data. A narrative is all about telling the story of your data. A good narrative will draw the reader or listener into the story of your data and make them feel engaged with the topic at hand. People may not feel compelled to listen to or act on your findings if you present them in a dull or overly complicated way.
There are many different types of stories that you can tell with data:
- Reporting: Tells a story about the past. For example, this could be a batting report for all the players on a specific baseball team.
- Explanatory: Tells a story about what people or things are up to and may include asking people questions...