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If you are like me, you are constantly struggling with ways to improve the style and visual impact of reports, presentations and online communications.  Pictures and illustrations can make a huge impact.   53 more words

Picture It: Visualization of Data

Storytelling, it’s what all public relations professionals should utilize in their work. Stories are a natural part of human nature, we are drawn to them, they entertain, inform and teach us information that actually sticks. 327 more words


Buffer - Infographic: How Often Should You Post on Social Media? See the Most Popular Research and Tips

February 26, 2015

By Kevan Lee

It seems like a great portion of the social media research we do at Buffer often comes back to a few big questions for social media sharing. 1,442 more words

Social Media

Visualizing Data like a Boss

As much as I love raw – unadulterated – hardcore data, sometimes viewing this in mass can be intimidating. The 40 minute grep sessions; although really great at increasing patience – suck utter nuts… Wouldn’t it be nice if we could just throw some regular expressions at some data, and get something visual back to help us sort through the chaff? 135 more words


The Distribution of 'Sports Illustrated' Covers: The Bikini'd & The Not


It’s that time of year…the time of year when we are all reminded that the Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated exists, a fact that made John Oliver’s team recently ask,  909 more words

Data Visualization

Data Visualization with ggplot2 - linear models

Continuing on our tutorial series on ggplot2, we will dive further and explore charts to understand data mining techniques. In last post, we introduced… 469 more words

Data Science

Centralized business intelligence is a struggle between standardization and innovation: Text analytics case study

Last November, Gartner released a paper that argued self-service business intelligence and analytics should be a two tier model – a central group supported by decentralized teams. 934 more words

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