Data Visualization Examples

Our techniques include visual elements for cross-tab aggregations, distribution and correlation analyses, timeline projections, and geo-spatial mapping—all with optional multivariate filtering. As well, we can present your data as histograms, box plots, tree maps, heat maps, and scatterplots with trendlines.

But we also make good use of charting primitives (bar, dot, and line charts)—to produce the best presentation format for each situation. Often the most informative and easiest to understand is many separate line charts aligned with each other (Edward Tufte's "sparklines" in "small multiples"), rather than a complex hybrid graph that's hard to read.

Following are images of visualizations we and others have done, to hint at the variety possible.