Posts Tagged ‘Data Visualization’

The Four Tableaus and other question responses

At the end of last week, I received some extra questions from the attendees who viewed my coffee break webinar. I’ve responded to each individually but thought I would share the responses with you as well. But before I get to the questions (and responses) I wanted to share a little about the presentation experience. Feel…

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More data, shorter reports: three ways to respond

We have access to more data but are delivering shorter reports. Something has to change, right? Before we get into today’s post.  If you missed my webinar, it’s now up for anyone to watch.  A big thanks to AEA for sending it to me so I could post for all of you. More Data From site…

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The Known Software Universe

It used to be that you could get by with just a copy of Microsoft Office suite and your field’s analysis program of choice. Maybe there was another specialized tool you needed, or some type of home built piece of software owned by your organization but that was about it. But the web has grown…

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On Interactive Data Visualization, Illustrated

This past week the latest edition of New Directions for Evaluation started hitting mailboxes. The issue covers Data Visualization in Evaluation (it’s part 1 of 2). In it you’ll find an article written by yours truly on recent developments in quantitative visualization. I tried to cover a few things, but the topic that has captivated…

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DIY Short Course on Data Visualization

Juice Analytics put together a practical guide to build context on the topic of data visualization.  It is quite handy and I would suggest at least running through it if you have an interest in the subject.  This link will take you to a pdf copy of the guide. What is most interesting to me…

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