Presenting Data


13/06/2023 - 14/06/2023

Organised by:

Royal Statistical Society


Jenny Freeman


Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)



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Level: Foundation (F)

This course provides a foundation for the different ways in which statistical information is presented. The course explains the basic principles of presenting information in tables, charts, maps and text. These are illustrated and then reinforced through practical exercises. It is being delviered over two mornings.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, participants will be equipped to disseminate statistical messages in a clear, accurate and meaningful way across various media to general audiences.

Topics Covered

  • Information in Tables
  • Information in Charts
  • Information on the internet
  • Information in Text
  • Principles of Presentation


Target Audience

This course is for anyone who is involved in communicating statistics to non-statisticians, or for those who report on data of any description and who want to use data to give various messages to a general audience, be that within organisations, to specific communities or to the general public.


Delegate Feedback

"The course has given me an overall understanding of how data should be presented”. 

"Covered lots of useful information that was new to me and that I can apply back at work”.

"Excellent course leader, clear presentation and very helpful”.

"It was the most directly useful training course I have ever attended and I have not hesitated to tell my colleagues this!”


£403.55 to £559.07 (Inc. VAT)

Website and registration:


Greater London


Quantitative Data Handling and Data Analysis, Presenting Data,, Charts, Tables, Presentation

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