Tag Archives: data visualization

Fixing Report Visuals

I’m not a visual designer, and I find that as I learn a bit more, many of my previous reports contain lots of silly mistakes. They’re often full of data, which I like, but which can be hard for others … Continue reading

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Deceptive Visualizations

I’m sure there are plenty of examples, but I’ve seen deceptive data visualizations far too often in mass media. I don’t often watch the news, but at times I’ve been at the gym, saw a graph on a television and … Continue reading

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Visualizing in Space

One of the really interesting things that we are able to do as developers and DBAs is help find ways to analyze data for our clients and customers. Many of us might not have expertise in the actual areas that … Continue reading

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Presenting Data

Many of us that develop or manage database systems are concerned with the actual bits and bytes that compromise data. However our clients and customers are more interested in the information, in gaining knowledge from the numbers, strings, and dates … Continue reading

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