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Pretty can become untrustworthy

After weeks of writing numerous blog posts, I have finally come to the conclusion that data visualisation is a wonderful thing- something that is able to help you build and maintain a better relationship with others. However, it can also have serious ramifications for relationships of trust. I’m joking, right? Definitely not.
 
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Data gets taken for a dance

Imagine a dance piece carefully composed and choreographed with the help of new media tools. Imagine its beauty, its simplicity as well as its aesthetic appeal. Come to think of it, it does exist. Data visualisation is now able to manifest itself in both performative and physical spaces.

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Science- a step in the right direction

Science can explain how plants grow. It can demonstrate why astronauts experience microgravity in space. Science shows how bodies react to water and why our emotions fluctuate in certain weather conditions. Similarly, when it comes to the examination of large data sets, we are able to put our trust in science.

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Visual information- viable for business?

The consumption of information in the workplace takes place on a daily basis, whether it is in the form of photographs, charts, games, documents, face-to-face interaction or even text. We notice it, attempt to make sense of it, gobble it up and finally forget it. As such, it becomes important to analyse the power of information, or particularly visual information, on the business.

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New tools to the rescue

The days of using Microsoft Word and Excel to create charts are gone. Let's consider data visualisation tools. They allow a user to save and/or publish visualisations directly online. Previously, these visualisations were merely saved onto your computer. Now your visualisations can be shared with the public or stored on an online platform for personal use.

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