Steven Franconeri, a Kellogg School of Management professor, has written a good article "4 keys to Effective – and Honest – Data Visualizations". I thought that he made some solid points; however, I strongly disagree with his opinion about what makes a chart honest or dishonest. https://youtu.be/E6A0cry7PUw As you look at the global temperature trend … Continue reading What Kellogg Professor Got Wrong about Effectiveness and Honesty in Data Visualizations
I found this interesting chart on Datawrapper.de and it made me think about how (and whether) my chart selections also changed over time. https://youtu.be/NV5QeQdnv1Y (Datawrapper is a pretty cool tool that allows users to upload their data and create pretty stunning visualizations) In this chart, Datawrapper has analyzed changes in distribution of chart styles selected … Continue reading How Good are Your Chart Choices?