Before even beginning to format a graph, the question we need to ask first is not “how do we visualize data,” but “how do we find the story in the data?” The five steps outlined in this article will save you time and effort before you dive straight into design.
Learn four easy excel formulas (average, median, mode, and standard deviation) that will save you from doing these calculations manually.
Learn when and how to compare the difference between two equally important values.
Learn how to compare an estimate to an exact value by looking at different examples.
Learn the math behind how to find the percent increase or decrease by looking at different examples.
Data Visualization Designer, Ann K. Emery, covers 10 essential skills that can make your next data project easier, faster, and error-free.
Use this online calculator to easily find the percent increase or decrease between two percentages.
This four-minute video will quickly instruct you on how to use “countif” in Excel to create satisfaction survey data tables.
Substantial research over the past forty years has demonstrated that there is a lot of science involved in crafting a good survey questionnaire. This article discusses the pitfalls and best practices of designing questionnaires.
This concise and helpful guide explains how to design a survey form to make the data entry process as easy and quick as possible.