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Launch That Consulting Practice

Launch That Consulting Practice

A while back, I announced that I was launching a mentoring program for women who are seeking to catapult their new business into the real world. I said I would take 4 mentees for a year. I had 70 applicants. I spent days reading through each woman's essay, learning...

Spectrum Displays

Spectrum Displays

Hi everyone! This is Jenny Lyons, back with another post on visualizing qualitative data. At Evergreen Data, we are determined to give you some immediately applicable guidance on creating high-impact qualitative visuals. When presenting qualitative data, we want to...

How to Communicate Odds Ratios

How to Communicate Odds Ratios

Odds ratios are tricky. It isn't actually all that hard to come up with some decent ways to visualize them. The tricky part is interpreting the results in a way that makes sense to average readers. How do you put the phrase "odds ratio" into a clear and easily...

Announcing The Interactive Data Visualization Checklist

Announcing The Interactive Data Visualization Checklist

If you've been anywhere near the world of graph making in the past several years, at some point someone probably sent you the Data Visualization Checklist, developed first in 2014 by me and Ann Emery. We built the checklist based on the best available research I was...