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Using graphics is the best way of presenting complex information in an easily digestible number. As most of the data gathered nowadays are raw numbers, making sense of them is a must. This is a growing requirement due to Big Data, where there is too much data for people to handle, so knowing how to filter, Analyze and present can enable this data to be used. In addition, graphics can also be used to represent everyday topics, such as outlining a plan or creating a roadmap. Whatever your intention is, using graphics, diagrams and data sheets is the key to ensuring clear communication in your presentation.
This chart will help you kill two birds with one stone. Similar to a waterfall chart, this graphic will display your total number across a period of time, as well as the change in your total number. This is a wonderful graph for those who have enjoyed learning Calculus 101.
Pie charts are arguably the most popular type of chart used in presentations. It might even be considered a cliché, but nothing ever becomes a cliché without being good in the first place. Pie charts are excellent at comparing two numbers and visually displaying them as percentages. They can represent almost any kind of data, and the added comments help with bringing additional details.
Even though it is not visually as stimulating as other types of graphics, this slide can help present information very accurately and help your audience analyze the stats without any assumptions that might appear when using other types of charts. Colour coding on specific elements might greatly improve the visual experience.
Graphics are essential in presenting data
Visually interesting graphics stimulate engagement
It’s about the information
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