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Addressing the prevalent issue of poorly designed quantitative information presentations, this accessible, practical, and comprehensive guide teaches how to properly create tables and graphs for effective and efficient communication. The critical numbers that measure the health, identify the opportunities, and forecast the future of organizations are often misrepresented because few people are trained to design accurate, informative materials, but this manual helps put an end to misinformation. This revised edition of the highly successful book includes updated figures and 91 additional pages of content, including new chapters about quantitative narrative and current misuses of graphs--such as donut, circle, unit, and funnel charts--and new appendices that cover constructing table lens displays and box plots in Excel and useful color palettes for presentation materials.

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Excellent coverage of the basics of chart design 17 mars 2013
Par Galen Menzel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Stephen Few has a rare talent for explaining apparently opaque concepts in simple terms, but without simplifying the subject. This book starts from the *very* beginning and provides the reader with a solid understanding of the basics of chart design, including when to use a table vs a graph, what types of tables and graphs to use for what kinds of data, and why certain graphical features are more effective than others. Throughout, Few maintains a plain, readable writing style that is never patronizing even when spelling out seemingly obvious points (e.g., use a table if you need to look up a specific value). His patient tone and simple presentation end up guiding you through some unexpectedly sophisticated waters of design almost without your even realizing you've gone anywhere.

In addition to the design coverage, Few covers some (very) basic statisics, how to adjust for inflation, rgb values of a nice selection of colors to use in graphs, how to make box graphs in Excel, and many other workaday details that make the book immediately useful. Most of the charts in the book are made in Excel, showing that you don't need advanced design software to make attractive, clear charts.

The book itself is a beautiful large hardback. This is the source of my one complaint: its large size makes it somewhat difficult to just pop off the shelf and flip through to find something.

If you want to learn how to design good tables and graphs, get it.
23 internautes sur 25 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
My go-to resource for performance report design 11 janvier 2013
Par Stacey Barr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Okay, I'll admit that I haven't read "Show Me The Numbers" from cover to cover, even though I've owned a copy (a signed copy!) for a few years. But it's not the kind of book that requires this to get the value from it.

My field is organisational performance measurement, and I've seen countless examples of performance reports that truly suck. They are ugly, they are cumbersome, the data is misrepresented and awkwardly displayed. It's near impossible to draw conclusions, and even more impossible to draw valid conclusions about what performance is doing, and why. How can you make wise business decisions with information fodder so poor?

So Stephen's book is a gold mine of sensible statistical basics to help us all - novices and experienced practitioners alike - to improve the way we design and use tables and graphs to highlight relationships and patterns in data like comparisons, trends and correlations.

One of my favourite parts of the book is in chapter 7, "General Design for Communication", where Stephen lays out a wonderful framework for how text can be used to assist tables and graphs to tell the story of the data. This framework is a wonderful checklist for how to design the content of a performance report that can highlight, interpret, explain and recommend responses to signals in our performance measures.
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Great Resource 9 janvier 2013
Par ky0ung123 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
This is a great desk resource for people that are in business intelligence, data visualization or dashboard design that work with tools like excel, tableau or microstrategy. This is one of my favs - even before you buy Tufte books, get this for a practical foundation in data design. It's the textbook to the class I wish I took.
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A must read for BI professionals 3 août 2012
Par Cynthia M. Howson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Show Me the Numbers is a must read for all BI professionals charged with designing reports, dashboards, and communicating insights from data. He starts with the basics on how our brains sift through images, what we focus on, what distracts us, and why. There is a nice primer on different statistics, when to use a tabular data set versus a graph, and which charts are most effective for particular analyses. Unlike many technical books on the market today, Few also has produced a high quality, colorful book that also would make a great gift!
Cindi Howson, Successful Business Intelligence: Secrets to Making BI a Killer App
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On 'Show Me the Numbers' 7 juin 2013
Par Hans Wesselingh - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
It has been a pleasure to work through this book. Even this 75-year old professional learned a few tricks on making better tables and graphs. On how to show the important data - and no more. On how to convince your readers.
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