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How to Master Data Visualization

A few rules of thumb for designing with charts and graphs

Examples of various data visualization types
Illustrations courtesy of the author

YYou’ve got a credible statistic or two, and you’re ready to share that information with your audience. Do you write it out? Draw a picture? Use a chart? To make sure your audience understands and retains the information, it needs to be compelling and accurate.




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Lucy Todd

Lucy Todd

Chief Process Officer @ Killer Visual Strategies. Writer at The Visual Marketer

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