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|Training material = title|
|Making Data Meaningful, part 1: A = guide to writing stories about numbers|
|Brief description and com= ments|
|This guide, developed by a UNECE-c=
o-ordinated expert group on on Statistical Dissemination and Communication,=
is intended as a practical tool to help managers, statisticians and media =
relations officers use text, tables, graphics and other information to brin=
g statistics to life using effective writing techniques.
It cove= rs both the 'why' and the 'how' of writing stories about statistical topics= , in order to improve communication and dissemination of statistics. Sectio= ns include (amongst many others) writing headlines; writing for the Interne= t; use of graphs, tables and maps; and impact analysis. The guide contains = examples (both good and bad) and a list of further reading.
Methodology of Data Colle= ction, Processing, Dissemination & Analysis
|Author Organization(s)||Contact email address for this mat= erial (if applicable)||Date created|
|Location (links and/or attachments)|
http://www.unece.org/fileadmin= /DAM/stats/documents/writing/MDM_Part1_English.pdf (English version, pd= f)
http://www.unece.org/fileadmin= /DAM/stats/documents/writing/MDM_Part1_Russian.pdf (Russian version, pd= f)
http://www.unece.org/stats/documents/writing.html (other = language versions: Spanish, Croatian, Japanese)
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