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Alege-i un subiect interesant, n relaie cu interesul auditoriului


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F ca subiectul s fie relaionat cu EI (nu cu tine)

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Structureaz-i clar ideile


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F-i o list de idei pe care o verifici


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Gndete-te c spui o poveste


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Orice faci, verific s nu-i plictiseti audiena


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Folosete imagini clare i relevante


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Cu ct imaginile sunt mai relevante Cu att ideile se rein mai uor Transmiterea lor necesit text i timp mai puin
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Jorge Camoes has a different, more schizophrenic relationship with pie charts, if you love pie charts and use them all the time you have a serious problem and you should take a data visualization crash course immediately. But he does feature them a lot in his blog, and has some great examplesof how to use them. Jon Peltier doesnt like them, and lists a set of alternatives and how-tos to avoid going down a pie route. Cole Nussbaumer is a hater too. Alberto Cairo is more phlegmatic. He doesnt hate them, he thinks that circular graphics have their place. Back to this chart. Whats wrong with it? Jess3 generally does great work, and I really dont think this is that bad. Yes it uses pie charts**, which have perceptual problems, but there are only 3 slices to each pie, and its pretty readable. The biggest problem, for me, is that it shows both data and insight, in that order. Insight is buried here, and thats the biggest fault. Insight, (the point of what you are trying to say) should never be buried, it must always be highlighted. If you are showing data and insight, insight comes first. Im not a pie chart hater. Like everything in life, its about moderation. Sometimes there is a place for circular graphics. But, I do like square pie charts. According to Robert Kosara, the square pie (or waffle) chart strikes a good balance between engaging the reader and not distorting the data. The last, most minor change is removing the legend and putting it directly next to the chart. This removes the need to glance back and forth to figure out what the chart is saying. So here it is, my version: *If you dont understand the reference, youll have to see the movie, or read the book. Its a great movie, and (Im told) a great book. **Strictly speaking, Donut Charts.

Dac totui trebuie s foloseti text...


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Folosete regula de 6x6 Unu doi trei patru cinci ase Max. 6 rnduri x 6 cuvinte pe rnd ncearc s relaionezi o ilustraie / rnd Folosete: grafice / exemple / imagini relevante
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i folosete un text care contrastreaz cu fundalul

Altfel riti s nu fie lizibil


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Culoarea poate da o anumit senzaie te poi folosi de ea, dar cu grij.

Alb/negru lizibil dar mortuar

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Este recomandat folosirea culorilor complementare

Culori primare

Culori secundare
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Culori teriare

Nu folosi fundaluri care mut atenia de la coninut

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Dac totui nu te poi abine folosete un fundal la text!!! (opiunea shape fill)

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ntr-un discurs academic evit efectele animate... Sau imagini cu chestii drague. Ar trebui s pstrezi aparena seriozitii
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