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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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Nominal, Sequential, or Diverging? Simple Strategies for Improving Any Chart’s Colors

Nominal, Sequential, or Diverging? Simple Strategies for Improving Any Chart’s Colors

Colors can make or break a chart. Colors direct our eye movements, and therefore our brains and attention. It’s up to you: will you help or hinder your reader’s understanding? Here are some simple strategies for communicating clearly with chart color.   Strategy 1: Select…

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