Category Archives: Visualisation

Time Slices Preview: Telling Stories with Qlik (Jurassic Park and Championship Manager)

This post is a preview/taster for a forthcoming 2 part post based on my presentation at Edinburgh Qlik Dev Group earlier this week:

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Woof. Getting the Point Across.

Often it’s easier to get the point across when it’s quicker to get to the point.  That’s why we use charts.  As a visualisation they should draw us to the key trends and figures without having to trawl through rows and columns of data.  However, aren’t they a bit boring?  Can’t we get the point across in a more immediate and engaging way?  So let’s strip away those axes and titles then see what we can do with a data set on pet ownership in the UK which I’ve taken from http://www.pfma.org.uk/regional-pet-population-2016 and stripped down to just the northern regions.  Here’s the raw data:

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