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A picture is worth a thousand words and it's most definitely true when you're presenting and explaining data.
A picture is worth a thousand words and it’s most definitely true when you're presenting and explaining data. When giving a presentation or proposing changes with a need to demonstrate and explain data, such as financials and percentages, for example, the point that you were trying to make can easily be lost.
Using charts and/or graphs will visually help bring your point across and make better sense. By either showing a correlation or making a comparison, the audience can now see and understand in more depth what you are presenting.
However, knowing what type of graph to use for specific information is very crucial. A line and bar graphs would be best utilized for displaying trends, and for identifying whether two variables relate to one another. A pie chart shows a percentage distribution, so the data that is being measured must depict a ratio or percentage relationship.
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