Beth Schultz, editor in chief at All Analytics, covers quick tips to follow when you're new to data visualization; Study with the experts, reproduce visualization, experiment, and allow for critiques of your work.
You know you need to get more visual with your data. That's been a big theme for 2013. But just because you're comfortable working with data doesn't mean you know beans about presenting it visually -- and that may have you scared.
The last thing you want happening is for business users to dismiss the insights you've worked so hard on because your heat map is a mess or your bar charts too confusing. That's just as bad as tossing a massive spreadsheet at them and saying, "Here, you find the pattern."
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Source: All Analytics
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