How to Visualize Statistically Significant P-Values with Squares

Feb 20th, 2018 / Data Visualization, Reports
Last year I teamed up with an organization on a custom design project. We wanted to show their leaders where one of their programs for children had been effective. Our 30-page report for their leadership began with a short intro about the study. We needed to provide an overview of where the program had been effective (where the treatment group had significantly better outcomes than the control group).
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Behind the Scenes: TechnoServe’s 2016 Impact Report

Dec 5th, 2017 / Reports
When TechnoServe’s Kate Scaife Diaz reached out to see if I could consult on their 2016 Impact Report, I jumped at the opportunity. This report went through dozens of drafts, some of which you may see in future posts. There are several things to love about the final product.
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How to Visualize Pre/Post Survey Results in Microsoft Excel

Does your organization collect data through online surveys or paper surveys? Do you need an easy, effective way to visualize survey results in Microsoft Excel? Surveys are one of the most common ways to collect information. In this blog post, we’ll depict how participants’ knowledge changed after participating in an educational program at a museum. Bonus: You can even download the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and the Microsoft Word document that I used to create these data visualization makeovers.
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