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Why Data Visualization? Reason #3
The third reason why we use data visualizations is to show data in our presentations. Recently, I wrote a guest post for Tableau on best ways to deliver presentations with data. I emphasized the role of storytelling and noted the
Using Visualizations in Presentations
Sometimes imaging software by default enables us to create beautiful visualizations. However, designing visualizations that are readable and provide key insights is much more difficult.
Why Data Visualization? Reason #2
For Understanding To transform the data into usable knowledge that we can act upon, we need to analyze it using appropriate models, statistics, and data mining techniques. Once we make sense of the data or our findings, we need to communicate
Why data visualization? Reason #1
To create an interface for our audience to explore our data. There are strong arguments for why we create data visualizations. In this world of big data, visualizations allow audiences to easily explore and understand our statistics through a visual interface.
Teaching with Technology
Learn six very easy ways to use technology as a teaching tool There are many everyday tools out there that can help you achieve specific educational goals in your teaching. But first, let me emphasize that technology should be used in
3 Tips for Data Visualization Driven Stories with Insights
Sometimes imaging software by default enables us to create beautiful visualizations. However, designing visualizations that are readable and provide key insights is much more difficult. As visualization designers, we are “melding the skills of computer science, statistics, artistic design, and
Top 5 Data Visualization Errors
Learn How to Avoid Errors Made by Data Visualization Software Building data visualizations is easy. In fact, you can build beautiful geospatial, categorical, statistical, relational, multivariate, and time series displays with little effort, as long the data is presented in
Design standards for charts and graphs
These standards are intended to help you create readable and interpretable information visualizations.
Guidelines for designing and delivering slide presentations
I’ve compiled guidelines for designing and delivering face to face digital presentations. This can can help you avoid the major presentation pitfalls.