Recently we discussed which charts are best suited for comparison over time. Today we’ll shed light upon the main ideas behind a data composition. The idea of this kind of visualization lies in helping understand how individual parts comprise a whole. With data composition, it’s easy to focus attention on the importance of each part […]
Learn how to highlight trends in your data by substituting individual values with custom icons.
Data visualization is the key 21st-century skill. It’s crucial for making information easier to perceive and holding the interest of an audience longer. A dashboard is a preferred tool for building effective data visualizations. Dashboards help to fully reveal insights about your data and share them among departments easily. Most often they present an interactive […]
When you use static reports to make up a baseline for your data analysis you should always keep in mind that they show only the static view of your data. To take a look at it in real time, the majority of data analysts opt for dashboards. The reason for that is because they provide […]
It is well known that digital marketing is an irreplaceable way to connect and communicate online with potential customers of your business with the help of different channels, both free and paid. Its set of tactics comprises diverse tools such as search engine marketing, email marketing, posting content to social media, remarketing, which help stay […]
Recently we’ve talked about the basic principles of data visualization and charts for comparing discrete groups of data. Now it’s time to discover charts for one of the most common types of data analysis – a comparison over time. Today we’ll dive into a process of choosing the charts that display the data over a […]
In this part of the data visualization project, we will review charts that help find similarities and differences between various categories of data and discuss their purposes and specifics. But firstly, let’s sort out what a discrete data is.
Numerous researches in the field of cognitive neuroscience show that your brain loves a visual content more than plain text.