An Introduction of Data Visualization

A picture is worth a thousand words – especially when we are trying to understand and discover insights from data. Visuals are especially helpful when we’re trying to find relationships among hundreds or thousands of variables to determine their relative importance – or if they are important at all. Regardless of how much data we have, one of the best ways to discern important relationships is through advanced analysis and high-performance data visualization. If sophisticated analyses can be performed quickly, even immediately, and results presented in ways that showcase patterns and allow querying and exploration, people across all levels in our organization can make faster, more effective decisions. Data Visualization : Definition Data visualizations are surprisingly common in our everyday life, but they often appear in the form of well-known charts and graphs. A combination of multiple visualizations and bits of information are often referred to as infographics. Data visualizations can be used to discover unknown facts and trends. You may see visualizations in the form of line charts to display change over time. Bar and column charts are useful when observing relationships and making comparisons. Pie charts are a great way to show parts-of-a-whole. And maps are the best way…

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