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Visualizing Survey Results: Check-All-That-Apply Questions

Visualizing Survey Results: Check-All-That-Apply Questions

Most of the surveys I’ve designed, analyzed, and even taken have included a check-all-that-apply question. Today’s post includes three ideas for visualizing those survey questions and a bunch of transparency about my own mistakes along the way. The Survey Questions Last month I spoke with Harvard University graduate students…

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Visualizing Survey Results: Crowded Agree-Disagree Scales

Visualizing Survey Results: Crowded Agree-Disagree Scales

There’s more than one way to visualize those agree-disagree survey scales. Today, let’s look at seven of your choices.   Survey results Last month I spoke to Harvard University graduate students about visualizing survey results. I made up some fake numbers to accompany their real survey questions….

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Visualizing Survey Results: Assessing Knowledge Before and After a Program

Visualizing Survey Results: Assessing Knowledge Before and After a Program

A couple weeks ago I spoke to Harvard University graduate students about visualizing survey results. This not at all to very survey scale is quite common in my research circles so I’m sharing our ideas with all of you, too.   Before Here are some of the…

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Pie Chart Makeover: Transforming a Research Report

Pie Chart Makeover: Transforming a Research Report

As I travel around giving data visualization workshops, I get to peek inside hundreds of attendees’ publications, slideshows, and spreadsheets (and then redesign them–the best part of my job).   Before Here’s a screenshot from one group’s (public-facing) research report. The authors of the report talked…

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Pie Chart Makeover: Quarterly Breakouts by Gender

Pie Chart Makeover: Quarterly Breakouts by Gender

A few weeks ago I was in Indianapolis with the juvenile detention alternatives initiative. This group wanted to graph: how many youth went to juvenile detention centers, by gender, and by quarter. Brainstorming There are a dozen ways to graph each dataset. For this data,…

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