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In the information age, data is everywhere. Every action that you make using a connected device leaves a data footprint. The challenge now is how we can interpret this data and get meaningful information out of it. Once the analysis is complete, the resulting information might be complex, and using adequate graphics to represent that information is the final step in the data analysis process. Through the process, you are taking in computer-friendly information and turning it into human-friendly information. Looking at multiple measurements, results and data points simultaneously can enable you to identify relations between elements which you might have not noticed before. There are various methods of representing this sort of complex information, and this slide pack provides a good variation of stylish looking charts such as treemaps, waterfall charts, and radar charts.
These are a great tool for representing hierarchical data which have values attached to them. They represent weighting and proportions between elements, where accumulating the values of all ‘leaves’ results into the higher-order ‘branch’.
The waterfall charts are excellent at displaying changes from one data point to the other. They generally represent increases with green and decreases with red. The bottom part of one bar is equal with the top part of the previous bar. This type of chart is extensively by day traders to quickly see changes in the stock market.
These graphics represent information in a 2-dimensional plane and can easily display the proportions between measurements. By placing related measurements close to each other in a clockwise or counterclockwise way, you can easily visualize and identify trends.
Good visualization ensures excellent communication
Convey a lot of information quickly
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