Tuesday 7th May, 2013
8:30am to 9:30am
Graphical displays are still poorly mastered by technical communicators and other professionals. They seldom think of using graphs to communicate about data; when they do, they often use the wrong graphs or in the wrong way. Based on Doumont’s book Trees, Maps, and Theorems, about “effective communication for rational minds,” this session discusses how to select the right graph and how to optimize the graph's construction, and how to phrase a useful caption.
Expert in oral presentations, written documents, graphical displays, pedagogy, and more
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