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Top 15 Data Visualization Tips

This image gallery offers best-practice examples, advice, free resources and insight from experts on the best of data and information visualization.
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Stephen Few's Perceptual Edge website and Visual Business Intelligence blog are great, instructional resources as well as outlets for Few rants against the evils of pie charts, 3D displays and needlessly complex visualizations. In this tutorial from Few's examples page, he turns a hard-to-read pie chart into a simple, easy-to-read bar chart.

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Interesting and informative list there.Thanks..
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