Jonathan Sherman

Jonathan Sherman

Jonathan Sherman

Jonathan has a naturally enquiring disposition which leads a desire to translate complex information into engaging formats adaptable to suit every level of knowledge.

After graduating from Plymouth University with a degree in Financial Economics Jonathan joined a high growth private equity backed foreign exchange broker as an analyst. It was here his flair developed into the creation of compelling analytical insights which enabled management to focus attention on key drivers of business performance and strategy.
He is a strong advocate of sharing knowledge with colleagues, to further enhance the ongoing development and skillset of all to interrogate, manipulate and visualise data.

After being tasked with investigating potential business intelligence solutions, Jonathan sought out powerful solutions to deliver succinct information leading him to discover the benefits Tableau and Alteryx can bring. His thirst for an ever growing and diverse skillset led him to join the Data School to learn its full capabilities and potential.

In his spare time if not outside running or cycling Jonathan will most likely be found practising on the pool table to achieve that “perfect game” and plays in several leagues locally.

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Tree maps are a very useful way to instantly see and display the main parts of a measure to clients: In order to create our tree map we will need to start by deciding what we would like the chart to display and how to break it down. In this example I will keep it nice...

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