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Paulina Davila
Paulina Davila

Vibrant and unstoppable 🦋 Talk data to me 📊 A little birdie told me to follow @timefortiki 🐦

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Here’s to all the Hispanic/Latino Americans giving this country a little bit a 🔥s p i c e🔥

Here’s to all the Hispanic/Latino Americans giving this country a little bit a 🔥s p i c e🔥 #hispanicheritagemonth #🇦🇷 #🇧🇴 #🇨🇱 #🇨🇴 #🇨🇷 #🇨🇺 #🇩🇴 #🇪🇨 #🇸🇻 #🇬🇹 #🇭🇳 #🇲🇽 #🇳🇮 #🇵🇦 #🇵🇾 #🇵🇪 #🇵🇷 #🇪🇸 #🇺🇾 #🇻🇪

 
To our designated photographer who always understands the assignment, happy birthday @yfeghhi 🎂

To our designated photographer who always understands the assignment, happy birthday @yfeghhi 🎂

August read: The Back of the Napkin by Dan Roam ✍🏼
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Happy to commemorate my (last 20s) birthday with another book post since I’m proud of sticking to this New Year’s resolution thus far and proud of where I am today 🎂
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This book was a fun read because it highlighted the ability to be creative and analytical through the power of self-drawn visualizations. Personally, I have NO problem picking up a pen and drawing out my thoughts to help connect the pieces, so this read can really benefit the more artistically-shy folks who don’t trust their own hands to SHOW their ideas 🙌🏼 
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A picture is worth a thousand words. What color is your pen? 🖊

August read: The Back of the Napkin by Dan Roam ✍🏼 - Happy to commemorate my (last 20s) birthday with another book post since I’m proud of sticking to this New Year’s resolution thus far and proud of where I am today 🎂 - This book was a fun read because it highlighted the ability to be creative and analytical through the power of self-drawn visualizations. Personally, I have NO problem picking up a pen and drawing out my thoughts to help connect the pieces, so this read can really benefit the more artistically-shy folks who don’t trust their own hands to SHOW their ideas 🙌🏼 - A picture is worth a thousand words. What color is your pen? 🖊

July read: Naked Statistics by Charles Wheelan 🙈
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This book is a hot item in the data community as I continue to see new posts from people recommending this across different networks! 🔥 
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If you’re new to data analytics and are struggling with stats (or need a refresher like me), this book does an excellent job at explaining common situations where statistics uncover patterns that bring more information to the world - including where that information can mislead under the wrong hands. If there’s any pattern I’ve found across these books so far, it’s to use your power to share information wisely. 🔐
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It’s easy to lie with statistics, but it’s hard to tell the truth without them.

July read: Naked Statistics by Charles Wheelan 🙈 - This book is a hot item in the data community as I continue to see new posts from people recommending this across different networks! 🔥 - If you’re new to data analytics and are struggling with stats (or need a refresher like me), this book does an excellent job at explaining common situations where statistics uncover patterns that bring more information to the world - including where that information can mislead under the wrong hands. If there’s any pattern I’ve found across these books so far, it’s to use your power to share information wisely. 🔐 - It’s easy to lie with statistics, but it’s hard to tell the truth without them.

 
June read: Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely 🆓
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Another great book recommendation from a coworker who helped me to see the power of behavioral economics and the lure of FREE. I admit, I’m a sucker for FREE swag (even when I absolutely don’t need it) and now I can see how strong this four letter word can affect my psyche. 🤯 
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While everyone tries their best to make good, rational decisions every day, we can’t help but fall victim to the power of suggestion from surrounding forces. From pricing your valuables, setting social vs market expectations, keeping your options open, to avoiding procrastination habits, some things become repeated judgement errors that we can only guarantee will persist. Break yourself from the cycle ♻️
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P.S. Swipe for a taste of being in the land of the FREE 🎆 >>

June read: Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely 🆓 - Another great book recommendation from a coworker who helped me to see the power of behavioral economics and the lure of FREE. I admit, I’m a sucker for FREE swag (even when I absolutely don’t need it) and now I can see how strong this four letter word can affect my psyche. 🤯 - While everyone tries their best to make good, rational decisions every day, we can’t help but fall victim to the power of suggestion from surrounding forces. From pricing your valuables, setting social vs market expectations, keeping your options open, to avoiding procrastination habits, some things become repeated judgement errors that we can only guarantee will persist. Break yourself from the cycle ♻️ - P.S. Swipe for a taste of being in the land of the FREE 🎆 >>

May read: Telling Your Data Story by Scott Taylor 🧩
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I was glad to take Scott’s advice and flipped my reading list upside down! His new book spoke directly to me in a way I wasn’t expecting. He called out the exact work that I’m doing, the common struggles of a data manager, and the path for success in utilizing data for achieving business goals. If you’re responsible for data management at your company, this is a must read. 👀
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Efficient data management is typically the missing puzzle piece to many failed projects as many have heard the expression “garbage in, garbage out.” 🗑 It’s important that we, as data managers, emphasize the importance of clean data entry as it serves as a REUSABLE catalyst to future advanced applications. There are no good decisions that are made from bad data.
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Data is NOT the new oil (instead like water), and I’d be happy to explain why. 💧

May read: Telling Your Data Story by Scott Taylor 🧩 - I was glad to take Scott’s advice and flipped my reading list upside down! His new book spoke directly to me in a way I wasn’t expecting. He called out the exact work that I’m doing, the common struggles of a data manager, and the path for success in utilizing data for achieving business goals. If you’re responsible for data management at your company, this is a must read. 👀 - Efficient data management is typically the missing puzzle piece to many failed projects as many have heard the expression “garbage in, garbage out.” 🗑 It’s important that we, as data managers, emphasize the importance of clean data entry as it serves as a REUSABLE catalyst to future advanced applications. There are no good decisions that are made from bad data. - Data is NOT the new oil (instead like water), and I’d be happy to explain why. 💧

April read: Data Story by Nancy Duarte 🎙
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I have to admit, I took my sweet time getting through this month’s read coming out of island time 🏝 But everyone knows there’s no better place to read than on the beach. 
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This book is one where I’ve seen many references to it, but I’ve never fully gone through it page by page. It’s a handy guide to add to your collection as many amazing authors & speakers frequently quote Nancy’s lessons. Now I’m stuck deciding which book to read next? Any suggestions? 💬 
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Leverage these amazing resources if you want to build powerful stories and enable others to take action 📣

April read: Data Story by Nancy Duarte 🎙 - I have to admit, I took my sweet time getting through this month’s read coming out of island time 🏝 But everyone knows there’s no better place to read than on the beach. - This book is one where I’ve seen many references to it, but I’ve never fully gone through it page by page. It’s a handy guide to add to your collection as many amazing authors & speakers frequently quote Nancy’s lessons. Now I’m stuck deciding which book to read next? Any suggestions? 💬 - Leverage these amazing resources if you want to build powerful stories and enable others to take action 📣

 
Glamour shots by @yfeghhi 📸

Glamour shots by @yfeghhi 📸

A fine day for a fine couple. ☕️ Happy anniversary @marisolroman5656 & @carablate

A fine day for a fine couple. ☕️ Happy anniversary @marisolroman5656 & @carablate

 
March read: Storytelling with Data by Cole Nussbaumer 🗣
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I could read about data visualizations all day! Cole is such an effective storyteller and I love hearing her wisdom any chance I can. I finally wrote notes ✍🏼 in the book for the first time (usually like to keep it clean), but I kept finding answers to my questions or concerns on the following page. And I mean every time. 🤦🏻‍♀️ It was only proof to me that this book was really a comprehensive guide on how to tell a compelling story with great design. 
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I love being a part of the data+art community and hearing great minds passionately discuss these topics together. 
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How do you tell your story?

March read: Storytelling with Data by Cole Nussbaumer 🗣 - I could read about data visualizations all day! Cole is such an effective storyteller and I love hearing her wisdom any chance I can. I finally wrote notes ✍🏼 in the book for the first time (usually like to keep it clean), but I kept finding answers to my questions or concerns on the following page. And I mean every time. 🤦🏻‍♀️ It was only proof to me that this book was really a comprehensive guide on how to tell a compelling story with great design. - I love being a part of the data+art community and hearing great minds passionately discuss these topics together. - How do you tell your story?

February read: Data Smart by John Foreman 🔬
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This book is a great introduction to data science! But let me tell you, this book is DENSE. Certainly not for the passive-reader, this book is one to keep on hand because you’ll want to reference it over and over again for its many immediate business use cases, regardless of size. 
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This was also great timing while attending @snowdatascience_ ‘s Intro to Data Science bootcamp as it provided all the right context (check him out for more resources!)
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You don’t have to be a data scientist to do data science.

February read: Data Smart by John Foreman 🔬 - This book is a great introduction to data science! But let me tell you, this book is DENSE. Certainly not for the passive-reader, this book is one to keep on hand because you’ll want to reference it over and over again for its many immediate business use cases, regardless of size. - This was also great timing while attending @snowdatascience_ ‘s Intro to Data Science bootcamp as it provided all the right context (check him out for more resources!) - You don’t have to be a data scientist to do data science.

Incredible. Amazing. Show-stopping. Spectacular. Never the same.

Incredible. Amazing. Show-stopping. Spectacular. Never the same.

 
January read: How Charts Lie by Alberto Cairo 📊
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Highly recommend. It’s imperative that we as a society become more “graphically literate” to protect ourselves from the massive amount of misleading and biased information fed to us from all corners of our lives. 
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Always strive to find the truth.

January read: How Charts Lie by Alberto Cairo 📊 - Highly recommend. It’s imperative that we as a society become more “graphically literate” to protect ourselves from the massive amount of misleading and biased information fed to us from all corners of our lives. - Always strive to find the truth.

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