reading response layering and separation

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Tufte explains that "visually stratifying" the data within the image is a very powerful way to convey the data. Layering and separation allows the eyes of the audience to decipher between two or more pieces of critical information without confusion. Imagine if everything in a graph or diagram was all the same color. Your eyes would not know where to be drawn to first. Tufte says, " What matters-inevitably, unrelentingly-is the proper relationship among layers.

reading response week 8 qualitative issues

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The attached image is out of a "scientific american" publication. Normally being a good source of trending information on science and how it applies to everyday life, this article I found didn't seem to fit in. "Scientific American" is good about relating to the reader and putting the information on a laymen's level. This image is very cluttered, I couldn't determine what I was looking at, and I couldn't relate to the data it was conveying. Don't get me wrong, I think the images are cool to look at, however I'm not a neurologist and the information didn't quite get across to me.

Project 3 with description and info

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Clemson V.S USC Bowl Game Wins Last 25 Years

The rivalry between Clemson University and University of South Carolina has remained fierce for the last 25 years. The pictogram displays the amount of Clemson bowl game wins compared to the amount of University of South Carolina bowl game wins. After observing this graphic, the rivalry is heated. Clemson has achieved 9 bowl wins since 1988 while USC has only accomplished 6. When Clemson plays USC its always one of the greatest football games to watch. Keep an eye on the bowl win count to stand by your college’s football team!

Project 3 - Deliverable 3 Final Project

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This is my final project.

The link to the actual form that I created using Google Forms is listed below. I copy and pasted the form into Microsoft Word and converted it to a pdf so that you could get an idea of what the form looks like if for some reason the link doesn't work.