Statistics Canada have released a new series of videos as part of their Data Literacy Training Initiative: "A new suite of training videos from the Data Literacy Training Initiative is now available. Building on material already available in our learning catalogue, the new training addresses topics including data stewardship, stats 101, machine learning, and telling the data story." Read the full announcement below: In today's data-rich environment, understanding data is more important than ever. As Canada's national statistical organization, Statistics Canada is committed to sharing our expertise to help you and many other Canadians develop the knowledge and skills you need to understand and use data. A new suite of training videos from the Data Literacy Training Initiative is now available. Building on material already available in our learning catalogue, the new training addresses topics including data stewardship, stats 101, machine learning, and telling the data story. The following training videos are now available: Data Stewardship 101: An introduction to data standards and metadata Statistics 101: Proportions, ratios and rates Statistics 101: Correlation and causality Statistics 101: Exploring measures of dispersion Statistics 101: Exploring measures of central tendency Machine learning: An Introduction Telling the Data Story: An Introduction Start your data journey with Data Literacy training videos Organized around a data journey that represents the key stages of the data process, these videos provide valuable information on the different steps and activities undertaken to produce meaningful insights from data. This includes information on how to collect, clean, explore, describe and understand the data, and – importantly – how to analyze the data and communicate the story they tell. We sincerely hope that your organization finds these resources useful. Thank you for your support in helping us deliver insight through data for a better Canada. Help us increase data literacy in our country. Share these valuable training resources with your network by forwarding this email and sharing our content on social media.