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How do graphic objects in data visualisation facilitate ease of interpretation?
Background: I vaguely remember reading in a book (I think it may have been Nudge - Thaler and Sunstein) about the advantages of using graphics for visualising data, such as a smiley face, or traffic ...
Dec 7 '12 at 13:12
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