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Good Charts Workbook: Tips, Tools, and Exercises for Making Better Data Visualizations
作者 Scott Berinato
出版社 Harvard Business Review Press
ISBN 9781633696174
分類 Business & Finance > Management & Leadership
價格 HK$333.00
 
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Are you ready to create your own "good charts"--data visualizations that more effectively communicate your ideas and research and that advance your career? The original Good Charts has changed the dataviz and management landscape by helping readers understand how to think visually, and by laying out a process for creating powerful data visualizations.

Since its publication, the market has consistently demanded more practical content and tools to help people in all kinds of enterprises gain the skills they need to get started. The Good Charts Workbook extends the usefulness of Good Charts by putting theory into practice and helping readers to apply its principles.

Author, HBR editor, and dataviz expert Scott Berinato leads you, step-by-step, through several example datasets and basic charts, providing space for users to practice the Good Charts talk-sketch-prototype process for improving those charts. Users are prompted at each step with reminders and hints about how to proceed. Examples will include a "Discussion Key" showing how to approach the challenge and why. Each challenge focuses on a different, common visualization problem such as simplification, storytelling, creating conceptual charts, and many others.

Good Charts Workbook is the must-have complement to Good Charts, helping you become more sophisticated in understanding the dataviz around you and more effective in using dataviz to make your case.


About the Author:

Scott Berinato is a self-described "dataviz geek" and a Senior Editor at Harvard Business Review. He has written and edited many articles for HBR and other top business and tech-related print and web publications.




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