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The 2012 NBA Finals start tonight as the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Miami Heat square off for the right to hoist the Larry O’Brien trophy. As is the case when a popular sports series comes to the surface, the Internet is not lacking for content dedicated to it, in this case, the NBA Finals. As writers look for any …
Google has produced a very interesting tool that plots world development indicators on a graph to compare against each other. Part of Google’s Co-op program, the tool is called the Gapminder, a “non-profit venture” that collects information and makes it viewable in visual and animated ways using Flash technology.
Traffic analysis is a key ingredient in online marketing success. The numbers, charts and graphs provided by your favorite web statistics software are invaluable.
Not so very long ago adding a graph or chart to a web page or application required a fair amount of programming knowledge and was rather time consuming for even the most experienced.
After a tumultuous year of natural disasters, terror attacks, celebrity hoopla, dead popes, and pop-star courtroom shenanigans, Google has released its 2005 Year-End Zeitgeist to give us a “selective view of our collective year.” Who knew a graphic rendition of the year would look like a bunch of wavy lines? My head hurts. Darn techies.
A well-designed chart can be one of the most persuasive elements of your trade show booth display and literature. It illustrates to your customers why your product is the obvious solution to one of their specific needs. It can communicate major benefits or features more clearly than words can.
The visual presentation of information is often far more effective than simply stating the facts. Want to show how much your customer base has grown? Looking to compare apples to oranges? Have a frequency distribution of any sort to display? Perhaps a bar graph will do the trick.