The Indispensable Guide to Chart Design and Data Visualization, Part 2

In part one of this series, we looked at chart design and specifically why, when and how to use certain charts over others. The cheat sheet offered a number of categorical comparisons and many insights into how to most effectively display values in order to produce actionable analytics for your organization.

However, displaying data becomes significantly more complex than the tips in the cheat sheet cover when there's a need to show extra dimensions of information within the same visualization. It's not always X and Y; sometimes Z joins the party as well.


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About Mark Ledwich

Mark Ledwich is the Lead Product Designer at ZAP. He leads a design team and works with the product management and development teams to make sure the ZAP BI product is truly world class. He loves to stress about usability and aesthetics and has a keen interest in the BI industry and innovative products. For fun, Mark hosts a book club and enjoys live music, trail running and craft beer. 

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