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Which chart or graph is right for you?

March 26, 2014 No Comments

You’ve got data and you’ve got questions. Creating a chart or graph links the two, but
sometimes you’re not sure which type of chart will get the answer you seek.

This paper answers questions about how to select the best charts for the type of data
you’re analyzing and the questions you want to answer. But it won’t stop there.

Stranding your data in isolated, static graphs limits the number of questions you can
answer. Let your data become the centerpiece of decision making by using it to tell a story.
Combine related charts. Add a map. Provide filters to dig deeper. The impact? Business
insight and answers to questions at the speed of thought.

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