The end of the year is once again the season of business analysis, summaries and reports, which means it's time for the bosses to start their massive "check-up" exercise.
Got a bunch of data and don't know how to start analyzing it? Got some conclusions and don't know how to present them? Boss tells you to talk with data not sure where to start? ......
When a year of operational work has produced a certain accumulation of data, how do you translate them into persuasive reports, and valuable conclusions and recommendations? The value of visualization comes into play. Graphical information is obviously much more accessible to the average person than cold data.
As a simple example, how to assess the performance of.
Text, data ...... It is often not intuitive enough, and not only is it abstract and difficult to understand, there is a huge redundancy of information in the same field. What if it was represented graphically? Isn't that better!
The vast majority of the data, in fact, could have been presented in a better form that would have helped the reader understand while drawing more implied information and conclusions to the data analysis.