Monthly archive for June2014

Who knew dataviz could be so easy? [Guest post by Stephen Alexander]

Who knew dataviz could be so easy? [Guest post by Stephen Alexander]

For the record, I had no clue that data visualization could be easy. As someone who’d spent two years working to understand and improve an organizational dashboard (not to mention an evaluation process), perhaps I should have known better. My assumption, for whatever reason, was…

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Intentional Color Schemes

Intentional Color Schemes

I’ve got a lot of dataviz skeletons in my closet. This beauty comes from my second week as an evaluator: Border, grid lines, tick marks…. A legend instead of direct labeling… A generic title instead of a “so what?” title… You get the idea. Today I…

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