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Data Visualization

Process

6

Case studies

09

Good data visualization tells an obvious story without the need for explanation. It is the nexus where design, science, and communication meet to inform people in the language of the future.

Part data, part design, part modern communication.

Questions

Questions

  • What kind of data is there?
  • What does the data show?
  • What can do with the data?
  • What is of value in the data?
  • Target audience for the data?
Data Manipulation

Data Manipulation

  • Find useful comparisons
  • Attempt to answer questions
  • Create data groups or types
  • Clean-up data errors
  • Format database if one exists
Design Formats/Apps

Design Formats/Apps

  • BI vs. Tableau
  • Custom Python
  • Traditional graphic design
Visuals

Visuals

  • Bubble Cloud
  • Heat Map
  • Histograms
  • Scatter Plot (2D or 3D)
  • Dashboards
  • Infographics
Testing

Testing

  • Customization
  • Comparison Analysis
  • Modeling Options
  • Finding Outliers
  • A/B Testing
Data Tells a Story

Data Tells a Story

  • Animation Helps
  • Allow for User Customization
  • Create Obvious Sequence
  • Simplify, Simplify, Simplify

Ideas Dept.

Part Think-Tank, Part Blog, All Fuselab.

The evolution of design systems, why data visualization can change your life, how to impress your family and friends with esoteric facts, and so much more . . .