Guest author Anna Williams was tasked with developing a national directory of organizations working on sexual and reproductive health for one of the United Nations’ country offices. In this blog post, Anna gives you a behind-the-scenes peek at that searchable Excel database.
I recently worked with a state public health agency that wanted to depict how many males and females were diagnosed with a disease and the age at which they were diagnosed. In other words, there were just two simple variables: age and sex.
Here’s our second post about visualizing data for the National Home Visiting Resource Center. Here’s our second post about visualizing data for the National Home Visiting Resource Center. It’s intimidating to sit in front of a blank screen and try to start developing your report, infographic, or dashboard from scratch. What data sources will you include? How will you analyze the data? What type of graph will best present your results?