What is Data Visualization?

Knowledge = Power {from data}. Data Visualization Infographics are there to capture and relate the meaning of mass data.
Yes, we understand that knowledge based data is often not understood, appreciated, or seen. Which in an age that success is measured on your ability to share. You data driven message may be easily ignored when the data is difficult to understand – even when you are a numbers person.
Better Communication though Innovation” – Quote from video.

Data Visualization Infographics are a blend of Design and Data. Infographics can also be designed to illustrate relationships, hierarchies, complex systems, chronology, and mapping.
Data Visualization Infographics can provide the means to:

  • Focus on a precise data-set.
  • Tell a story.
  • Share Ideas and Concepts.
  • Form Connections.
  • Demonstrate the relationship between efficacy and popularity.

Our eyes and brain work quickly to process complex relationships and patterns. By using color, scaling, orientation, and motion graphics connections and patterns between numbers become easier to visualize, grasp, and act upon. the eyes ability to discern variations in color, shape, position, or pattern.
Visually you can hold the concept of conflicting points of views, that can be difficult to to balance when the information is verbalized. You know the one about – you are only listening for your moment to talk.

Create an Infographic Landscape

Data rich infographics create a visual landscape that your eyes can explore.
But you first need to be a data detective who can recognize hidden patterns. By first asking the right questions, or working the data in a particular way can create unexpected relationships. And if that doesn’t work. Ask different questions, or hire a data detective to interpret your dense data requirements.
Infographics can help your staff, students, clients, or colleagues navigate dense information. Infographics can change perspective when relative numbers are used.
The other aspect of Infographics is that they are often a living document. Recall, most people will interact with your infographics online, or during a presentation, training – that happens mostly in a paperless work environment. When infographics are connected to a live database – the results are always changing  – the information being presented is different – the visualization output is never the same.
A sense of uncontrolled skepticism has arrived with the overload and saturation of information. Along with a distrust from the collapse of reliability sources. And the fact that much of the information is boring. There is no magical magnetic force that draws people into decoding a well constructed spreadsheet.

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