A Periodic Table of Visualization Methods

May 9th, 2007 by Jerome Dahdah

A Periodic Table of Visualization MethodsWhile writing yesterday’s post, I came across the Periodic Table of Visualization Methods. As the name suggests, it’s a periodic table of faux elements, grouped into different categories, whereas each element represents a visualisation method (such as yesterday’s mind map). Hover over an element to see an example of each. So, next time you need to present statistics, or your boss needs you to create some buzzword-ridden slides, you might want to check the periodic table of visualization methods to see if there are better ways to present information.

2 Responses to “A Periodic Table of Visualization Methods”

  1. ElectroSpaceRanger says:

    this graphic scares me from clicking the link- beeing an absolutely chemics dipshit…

  2. Jerry says:

    Yeah it’s a little intimidating at first, but I think it’s a pretty neat idea.

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