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Making NumbersTell Their Story
Making NumbersTell Their Story
Making NumbersTell Their Story
Making NumbersTell Their Story
1. Ask a question.2. Observe3. Form a hypothesis.4. Design & perform   experiment.5. Analyze data.6. Draw conclusion.7. Fo...
1. Ask a question.2. Observe3. Form a hypothesis.4. Design & perform   experiment.5. Analyze data.6. Draw conclusion.7. Fo...
1. Ask a question.2. Observe3. Form a hypothesis.4. Design & perform   experiment.5. Analyze data.6. Draw conclusion.7. Fo...
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Making Numbers Tell their Story

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This is the first version of a presentation that I hope will become a frequently requested conference session. Data visualization and infographics are the coolest thing happening on the Internet today, and there are instructional benefits to understanding and using them in class.

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Making Numbers Tell their Story

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  5. 5. 1. Ask a question.2. Observe3. Form a hypothesis.4. Design & perform experiment.5. Analyze data.6. Draw conclusion.7. Formulate final hypothesis
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  25. 25. see the patterns and connections that matter andthen designing that information so it makes moresense, or it tells a story, or allows us to focus onlyon the information that’s important. Failing that,visualized information can just look really cool. David McCandless in the opening to his TED talk, The Beauty of Data Visualization

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