The dashboard is a type of panel board, a control panel, or instrument board.
The standard approach to investigating a single categorical variable involves a few elements.
When it comes to charts ‘less’ is not necessarily better and ‘more’ can often lead to more functional data visualisation.
When creating a table, you can present weighted or unweighted data. As usual, the answer depends on the situation. You will get my meaning in a minute, but first, let me explain...
Multiple choice questions where the respondent may select more than one answer are commonly used in surveys. How should the responses to such questions be presented in a table? In...
When stepping outside the domain of distributive and descriptive statistics for individual variables, we usually take interest in correlations between variables.
What data can we show on a regular bar chart? How many variables can we use? For those who answered ‘not enough’ the Marimekko chart may be the answer.
What combination of products frequently end up in a shopper's basket? What services are usually bought together by consumers?
Tabular presentation is one of the most universal reporting techniques.