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Copyright © 2007 Stephen Few, Perceptual EdgeStephen Few, Perceptual EdgeVisual Business Intelligence Newsletter Copyright © 2007 Stephen Few, Perceptual Edge rst things that I discovered by brushing the data center column). By looking at each of the bars in the “Total Wine Sales this Year by State graph” (bottom middle) that lack red highlights altogether, I quickly learned that this situation did not Maine, Montana, New Mexico, and Washington D.C. I could also high level, such as in Vermont (represented by the last bar to the height indicates that at least 40% of wine orders in Vermont fell into this category.Best Practices of Faceted Visual Analysisthe effectiveness of faceted analytical displays can be under-mined by gratuitous visual effects, decorative display media, and This example was created re DecisionSite. “The effectiveness of faceted analytical displays can be undermined by gratuitousvisual effects, decorative display media, and poor use of colors.” Copyright © 2007 Stephen Few, Perceptual Edgeto provide far too little information. The graphs on the right are ashy data points to mark the values along cult to see the shape of change through time. The bottom right graph is completely indecipher-does it mean that revenue is “not to scale”? Also, the fact that Perhaps the greatest problem in this example, however, is the ltering to one choice only—the selection of campaigns that appears in the upper left corner. (By the way, exibility to lter the data in a variety of ways. For instance, it lter out all but those campaign responses Figure 5: Poorly designed display media and distracting visual effects undermine the effectiveness of this display.Figure 6: This display restricts what we can see at one time too severely, and also combines charts that are

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