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Simple auto-charting from £300.
Send me your tables and I'll send you back a set of charts. Cheap and cheerful!
I have worked with Tracey for over six years and have a lot of respect for her knowledge of the industry and her technical skills. Tracey's client-facing experience gives her an understanding of how reporting fits into the bigger picture of client service and adding value. She takes pride in producing high quality work. With her I can be sure that even large and complex projects will be in a safe pair of hands. She is not afraid of taking a fresh approach, and if the technical solution is not obvious she will think a way around it.
Tracey Hill (otherwise known as Friday Reporting) is a freelancer offering data reporting and visualisation services.
A specialist in Microsoft Office and Visual Basic programming, she is an expert user of PowerPoint, and can develop stunning ways of presenting large amounts of data clearly and attractively.
She uses PowerPoint VBA to develop custom tools to save time in production. She can manipulate graphical objects, making infographic-style reporting easier.
Tracey has considerable experience of market research project management, and has worked on many large and complex projects. Tracey can be the "Girl Friday" of reporting, offering solid experience, innovative visualisation ideas, and tools which could save days of time on tedious manual processes.
As of January 2017, she is not able to take on any new clients. But please get in touch on email@example.com if you have questions or comments, or would like a recommendation.
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I had the pleasure of working with Tracey at Ipsos MORI for several years. Tracey is a very experienced researcher but she is also very strong technically; a rare and particularly useful set of skills to possess. I worked with her on the technology side of the business using tools such as SPSS, E-Tabs Enterprise and Excel VBA. One of Tracey’s key strengths is being able to quickly understand a business problem and then quickly identify and apply the appropriate technology to deliver the solution. She is also incredibly organised and without doubt, the ideal person to have working with you on a large project. Any organisation needing a shake-up on the Operations side would benefit from having Tracey on board.
The Friday Report: Sample Posts
Before Christmas I spent some time working with tables on a seven-country study, and going Grrr. It seems to me that the main purpose of tables is to provide the aggregated data that populates a visual report. I’d be interested…
It’s not asking much. I’d just like to be working with a data visualisation package (since that’s what the MR industry uses it for) that’s a bit fitter for purpose. And I do admit that PowerPoint 2013 is better than…
When I started in market research, the main deliverable we were passing to my very first client was a set of tables, one for each country we were researching for them. The client, a specialist research buyer within an insight…
I’ve recently discovered how to do a number of things in PowerPoint using inbuilt VBA (Visual Basic), ie by writing PowerPoint macros, which cannot, as far as I know, be done automatically as part of automation software packages. This means…