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Presenting Data Effectively: Communicating Your Findings for Maximum Impact, about how to better design our reports, slideshows, research posters, and graphs.

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Research-based design guidelines for reports, slides, and data visualizations. Download Stephanie’s popular Evaluation Report Layout Checklist based on her dissertation. For slideshows, review this checklist Stephanie made for the Potent Presentations Initiative. New release! The Data Visualization Checklist will rock your world.

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Guest Post: Visualizing Regression Effectively

Guest Post: Visualizing Regression Effectively

Note from Stephanie: I outlined a few ways to show regression data in my latest book but they all avoid the regression table itself. This guest post from William Faulkner, João Martinho, and Heather Muntzer illustrates how to improve the simple table and how to take...

Qualitative Data Visualization: The Gauge Diagram

Qualitative Data Visualization: The Gauge Diagram

guest post by Jennifer Lyons When we debuted our Qualitative Chart Chooser last November, we promised to dive into detail on specific visualizations, so let's kick it off by discussing how and when to use one of the most derided charts of all: the gauge diagram. I...

One Free Pie Chart

One Free Pie Chart

If I could, I'd ban pie charts. Not because they are inherently bad, but because most people don't know the pie chart's tiny range of acceptability. Here it is: Pie charts are ok if you don't need the numbers on the wedges to get the story. That usually means you'll...

How We Unintentionally Perpetuate Inequality Part 3

How We Unintentionally Perpetuate Inequality Part 3

Last week a friend told me the story of a well-intentioned nonprofit that designed teaching materials for Native American populations, in which they unintentionally perpetuated inequality. He described one piece that included a picture of the scales of justice. I...