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CBW036: Evaluating Data Visualizations - Steve Fleming

In search of increased use and clarity of information, the National Center for Educational Achievement systematically evaluates how its data visualizations communicate with educators. Building on the work of noted author Stephen Few (Show Me the Numbers and Now You See It), NCEA identified key components of data visualization best practice and then set about refining their products. Steve Fleming from NCEA will share the criteria they use to examine and improve their data visualizations. He’ll show examples of previous data visualizations and identify what improvements were implemented as a result of their evaluation work

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Eval12 Session 617: Working with What You're Given: Data Visualization in Microsoft Excel

Demonstration Session Abstract: This demonstration will explore how you can use Microsoft Excel for basic data visualizations that will showcase your data. If you are provided Microsoft Excel 2010 by your firm or its all you can afford, there are many great tools that allow for greater customization of your data visualizations making Excel an easy choice to move your data from text to chart. Using an example data set we will walk through Excel’s data visualization tools, including formatting data, chart selection, formatting to reduce the data-ink ratio, and moving to Microsoft PowerPoint or Word. Building on data visualization theory, this demonstration will also cover tips and tricks to visualizing your data in Excel, re-draw in PowerPoint for greater impact, and the limitations in using Excel in comparison to other products. Select free online resources for chart selection and data visualization in Excel will be referenced as part of the demonstration

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Eval13 Session 459: How to Create Infographics to “Tell” Evaluation Stories

We also explained some of the principles behind the design of infographics and data visualizations that we learned through our participation in the MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Infographics and Data Visualization taught by Alberto Cairo and sponsored by the Knight Foundation

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