Flexing their products customization muscle, Dundas Data Visualization, Inc. used their own product, Dundas Dashboard, to re-create the Student Performance Dashboard that Stephen Few designed to showcase data visualization best practices. Few created the dashboard after a competition was held where people submitted their own dashboard creations using the data he had provided. The contest was run by the site Perceptual Edge, which Few operates.

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Education dashboards like this one can help teachers address problems in the classroom. Student grades, attendance patterns and trends in assignment and assessment scores for a grade 10 Algebra class help a teacher put student performance into context. By showing historical and current performance in a single screen, this teacher can quickly spot which students are falling behind and provide intervention to keep them on track



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