One picture is worthing a thousand words... Discover the best visuals, infographics, mind maps, concept maps and pictures as well as visualization technics such as: mind mapping, concept mapping, graphic facilitation... in order to get inspired to tell your stories.
“ U.S. solar market grows 30 percent in 2013 The infographic prepared by the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) and GTM research reveals another banner year for solar energy in the United States.”
This visual search engine provides a view that may help learners discover additional search terms, allowing them to more easily find the information they are looking for. His post (linked to by clicking his name above) explains that this is just the beginning with additional items being added over the summer.
Providing learners access to search engines beyond Google, Bing and Yahoo is important. There are many search engines that are geared to younger students, that are more visual in nature...this list could go on. The visual component of this is colorful and allows learners to view their search in a format that many find helpful.
Data visualization is a communication tool effective at communicating information based on data in a clear, concise, compelling manner.
Emeric Nectoux's insight:
Good article even though it is a bit too "BI oriented" to me. Of course, Business Intelligence tools (BI) are a great source of data for data visualization, but you can find those data anywhere. To have great data visualization charts, you also can use a very small amount of data.
What is important to me in Data visualization is 3 things:
'Like most recent years, 2013 has been packed full of infographics. Some were about current events, others just covered cool topics. A lot of those infographics turned out pretty awesome, so here are 20 of our 2013 favorites.'
David Sibbet is a world-reknowned visualization expert and author of various books about Visual Thinking. His latest book, Visual Leaders: New Tools for Visioning, Management, and Organization Change, speaks about Visual Leadership.
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