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IBM Watson Projects by James Miller

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Assembling a story

Now is the time to assemble the story that we want to tell. This is done by presenting the analyses and insights that we collected using Explore and Predict earlier in this chapter, as well as perhaps some new visualizations, text, images, and shapes, or perhaps other media. To do this, let's go through the following steps:

As we have already mentioned (and you will find this over and over throughout the Watson Analytics documentation), you should be sure to make it a habit, while in Explore, Predict, and Assemble, to save key visualizations by adding them to your collection. That way, when you assemble a story, you can access your collection and simply drag items into your story!
  1. To build our story, click on Assemble ...

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