Explain how each visual’s meaning changed for each audience from the original visual based how on the cues changed.

Presentation and Visualization of Data

Overview:

Data visualization turns complex data into palatable material for the audience. Visualizations make it easier for people to recognize patterns and find exceptions while interpreting the data at a faster pace. In this module, you were presented some different cues that make up the representation of data, which can be obvious or subtle. To begin this assignment, review the Audience Specific Visualizations assignment results from Module Four. Use the same data set and graphics for each of the three audience types as the starting point; select two of the three audiences and create a set of different visualizations based on position, shapes, and color changes.

Prompt:

Using the data set you chose in the Module Four exercise, select the graphics from two of the audiences.

For each of the graphics, create three new visualizations to include examples of the following visual cues.

Provide a written analysis of the benefits and detriments of the visualizations based on the cues utilized: 1. Position 2. Shapes 3. Color Include the following critical elements:

Cue: Position o Using the available data and tools, create the plots, graphs, etc. create a new visualization using a position cue that are appropriate for both of the intended audiences and employed in a way that meets basic audience needs.

Cue: Shapes o Using the available data and tools, create the plots, graphs, etc. create a new visualization using a shape cue that are appropriate for both of the intended audiences and employed in a way that meets basic audience needs.

Cue: Color o

Using the available data and tools, create the plots, graphs, etc. create a new visualization using a color cue that are appropriate for both of the intended audiences and employed in a way that meets basic audience needs.

Cues o

Explain why the cues of position, shapes, and color were selected for each of the new visualizations.

Data Visualization Methods o

Explain how each visual’s meaning changed for each audience from the original visual based how on the cues changed.

Rubric Guidelines for Submission: Submit a Microsoft Word document including your written description and screenshots of your original two visualizations from Module Four and the three new visualizations for each of the original visualizations (a total of six new visualizations is expected).

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