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# Infographics

Infographics. Overview on What is important Traditional graphs Charts for specific usages Common misleading factors Read also the two books. 1. What is represented? Is something misleading? Is something useless? Is something missing? Can other information be added ?.

## Infographics

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1. Infographics Overview on What is important Traditional graphs Charts for specific usages Common misleading factors Read also the two books 1

2. What is represented? Is something misleading? Is something useless? Is something missing? Can other information be added? Fundamental scopes 2

3. Scale or numeric variables time, age, weight, distance in Kilometers, length, number of children, GDP Nominal or categorical variables country of residence, sex, degreecourse Ordinal variables Likert scale Using them as nominal or scale variables Scales Logarithmicscale Variables

4. Onenominalvariable • Column plot

5. Onenominalvariable • Pie chart • Radar graph

6. Onenominalvariable • Bar plot • Line plot

7. Onenominalvariable • Area plot • 3D variants

8. 12 One scale variable 8 4 • Building an histogram • groupingintobins 0 \$1,000 \$2,000 \$3,000 \$4,000 \$5,000

9. 8 30 One scale variable 6 20 4 10 2 • Choosing the binscarefully 0 \$1,000 \$2,000 \$3,000 \$4,000 \$5,000 \$1,000 \$2,000 \$3,000 \$4,000 \$5,000

10. One scale variable • Boxplot • Median in black line • Central 50% is in the rectangle • Central 90% isbetweenwhiskers • Extremes are symbols

11. One scale variable case by case • Use any appropriate nominalvariablegraph

12. Nominalversus nominal • Side by side • Stacked

13. Nominalversus nominal • Appropriate 3D variants

14. Nominalversus nominal • a rare example of a usefulstacked area chart

15. Nominalversus scale • Boxplot side by side • Histogramoneabove the other

16. Scale versus scale • Scatterplot

17. Scale versus scale • Mathematical graph • Regression line

18. Three scale variables • Surface plot

19. Three scale variables • Bubble chart • www.gapminder.org

20. Bubble chart with Google Developers • https://developers.google.com/chart/interactive/docs/gallery/bubblechart • create HTML file which displays graph in browser • insert data manually with Notepad • modify options manually with Notepad • see book for detailed list of instructions • is asked at exam in the open-books practical part • … also graph creating with Excel is asked (see mandatory exercises)

21. Data map: scale variable

22. Data map: flow directions

23. Statsilk software • www.statsilk.com

24. Time series • Financial chart

25. Time series

26. Time series • Gantt chart

27. Time series

28. Narrative graph

29. Narrative graph

31. Misleadingfactors • Elements in the wrongplace